Staff with the Doña Ana County Community and Constituent Services (CCS) Office and the Animal Control and Codes Enforcement Department have scheduled a joint Mobile Constituent Services Hour Clinic in Butterfield for residents to discuss issues and concerns with county staff. The clinic will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 15 at the Butterfield Community Resource Center, 9350 Berry Patch. District 3 Doña Ana County Commissioner Isabella Solis and local congressional staff have been invited to attend. Animal Control and Codes Enforcement staff will be able to address issues pertaining to the solid waste ordinance and animal welfare. In addition, their staff will provide information about their department’s Animal Control Environment Survey (ACES) project, efforts of the Illegal Dumping Partnership, and community cleanup avenues through the Keep Doña Ana County Beautiful program. During the one-hour program, CCS staff will note additional concerns that may need follow up with other county departments. If the concerns raised do not fall in the county’s jurisdiction, constituents will be referred accordingly to external resources. For more information about the Mobile Constituent Services Outreach Clinics, contact the Doña Ana County Community and Constituent Services Office at (575) 525-5989.