• Despite last week's mild rain, the drought is having a profound effect on some New Mexico communities. 
  • In an effort to tide Albuquerque over during dry times, the city's Water Authority is experimenting with our first aquifer storage and recovery well.
  • In other underground news, Representative Pearce is again proposing an expansion to the types of waste that may be stored WIPP.
  • Speaking of expansion, proposed changes to the Paseo/Unser area could create problems for residents and commuters. MRCOG will weigh in on the issue next month.
  • Apropos of nothing, are you hungry? Mark your calendars for June 2, when a new Santa Fe food festival will feature NM vendors, brewers and vintners.
  • Know who else likes to eat? The newest giraffe at the Biopark has gained 55 pounds and a name since she was born three weeks ago. 

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Comment by shotsie on May 13, 2013 at 11:03am

So we're spending $90M to rebuild Paseo del Norte near I-25, only to have MRCOG want to double the amount of traffic lights on the west end so retail shops can move in. (Right hand, meet left hand) That oughta make commuters real happy...  (red light, red light, red light, red light, ad nauseum - glad I live on the east side)

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