Morning Fix - There's a Bun in the Oven

• Tijeras animal rescue activist accused of serial dognapping from East Mountain homes. Authorities say she could be involved in as many as 60 cases of stealing dogs from yards and inside homes.

• Guv, legislature to have $283 million in "new money" for state spending in 2013.

• As nation recovers from recession, Duke City lags, says Brookings Institution.

• Conservative research foundation rates Duke City the least tax-friendly city in NM. Rio Rancho is second.

• Substance abuse recovery group partners with VA to set up housing in NE Heights specifically for recovering veterans.

• APS announces winners of annual Selfless Seniors award for contribution to the community. Look for their photos at the Sunport on your next trip.

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Comment by shotsie on December 4, 2012 at 9:47am

The Rio Grande Foundation could have published a second list, in inverse order, of cities that are desirable to live in...

Anyway, the publisher, Paul Gessing, is busy these days acting as a front man, registering lots of online schools for the big players (who can't directly do this) in the education field. Yep, nothing like being a libertarian and then setting himself to live off the government tit....

Comment by once banned twice shy on December 4, 2012 at 10:53am

Yeah, that Rio Grande Foundation "study" is ridiculous.  Duh.  Carlsbad has lower taxes.  BECAUSE IT HAS FEWER SERVICES TO PAY FOR.  Sorry to shout, but come on.

Comment by Benny the Icepick on December 4, 2012 at 11:24am

Well, once The Big One hits (whether that's an earthquake, drought, an A-bomb, or some other catastrophic event that puts in a nail in the coffin of civilization) and plunges the world into a post-apocalyptic wasteland, you can bet that the anarchist society that rises from the rubble of the former Duke City will have rock-bottom taxes.

Comment by shotsie on December 4, 2012 at 12:35pm

From Wiki:  "..the fourth world will also have reached the end of its 13th b'ak'tun, or Mayan date, on 21 December 2012, formally called "4-Ajau, God 9 of the Night, 3-Kank’in, Year Bearer 1-Kaban"  So, there will be no taxes from that day forward, except for the tribute given to the high priest on the full moon of every month (so you don't get your head cut off). 


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