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March 2018

Tri-State Announces 25-Megawatt Alta Luna Solar Project

We aim to lead in each practice and area of law we work in. Coming from in-depth understanding of the law and the industry, capitalizing on extensive experience, we provide hands-on advice that speaks the language of our client’s business. Whether in aviation, sales and distribution, antitrust, corporate and M&A, finance, employment, energy, IP, litigation, TMT, real estate, or any other area of law, our clients can expect excellence and commitment to their objectives. Ensuring the operational functioning of the organisation, the development of external relations, management of press relations and constant communication with the press....

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Columbus Monument’s Fate is Uncertain

As the $85 million expansion of the Port of Entry proceeds, the chain link fence marking the construction zone has temporarily cordoned off a monument erected by the border community in December of 2000. The monument, consisting of a wooden cross standing on a rammed-earth base, sits on a small triangle of land that is partly under the control of the General Services Administration and partly under private ownership. It is located near a small parking lot approximately 300 yards from the border crossing into Puerto Palomas. On December 2, 2000, a procession of Columbus residents marched from the Holy Family Catholic...

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Borderland Café finds success in Columbus

When a small building at the south end of the village, formerly home to a church, went up for sale, Lawrence Haddad and his fiancée pounced on it. As he told the story, Haddad - owner and chef of the Borderland Café - was working on one of his signature burgers, the Pancho, topping it with local green chiles and Mennonite cheese. The New Orleans-born restaurateur had been running his own food truck in Austin, Texas when he and his fiancée welcomed their daughter to the world. His fiancée, Adriana Zizumbo, grew up in Columbus, and during a visit to her...

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Elected Village of Columbus Officials take oath of office

Esequiel Salas was sworn in as mayor of the Village of Columbus by Luna County Magistrate Court Judge, the Honorable Ray Baese. Village Trustees Bill Johnson and Richard Gutierrez were sworn in. The oath of office was given on Friday, March 9 at the Luna County Philip Skinner has been unseated after one term as Mayor by Trustee Esequiel "Bruce" Salas. Preliminary results counted 174 votes for Salas versus 119 for Skinner. The Mayor serves for four years. Village Trustees elected were Ricardo Gutierrez, William Johnson, and Paulino Villegas. According to preliminary results, Gutierrez was elected with 188 votes, Johnson claimed 159 votes, and Villegas 141....

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