• September 29, 2020

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Doña Ana County Formally Submits Letter Supporting Organ Mountains National

Doña Ana County has formally submitted Resolution 2017-61 supporting the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument to the U.S. Department of the Interior. “My colleagues and I listened to hours of emotional and impassioned input before reaching our decision,” said Doña Ana County Commission Chairwoman Isabella Solis. “Reaching the decision was both challenging and informative. We […]Read More

Dona Ana County Officials warn of Property Tax Scam

Doña Ana County Chief Deputy Treasurer Eric Rodriguez is warning property owners not to fall for official-looking letters from a company calling itself Desert Cardinal Properties of Cedar Park, Texas. Rodriguez said several property owners have reported receiving the letters in recent weeks, offering to take ownership of the properties for a nominal fee, plus […]Read More

Dona Ana County changes ordinance regarding dogs kept on chains

Beginning Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016, dogs throughout Doña Ana County will get some relief from chains and tethers as a portion of the county’s new animal-control ordinance takes full effect. Following a nationwide trend to abolish or severely limit the amount of time dogs can legally be chained – as well as the conditions under […]Read More

Dona Ana County Clerk’s Office sets new privacy safeguards

Acting on the recommendations of a bipartisan Blue Ribbon Panel, the Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office has begun implementing a series of new steps designed to enhance the security of sensitive information belonging to registered voters in Doña Ana County. The panel was convened after the June arrests of a Clerk’s Office employee on various […]Read More