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What started as a routine immigration check in July of 1997 has turned into a windfall for the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Department, which will purchase nine new patrol cars with its share of the seized money from a drug bust.
A $15,600 community beautification grant from the New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department will allow Doña Ana County to team up with local youth and civic groups for community education and clean-up operations.
When Doña Ana County Sheriff Juan Hernandez walks fully uniformed into a classroom filled with seventh-graders, he almost always gets their undivided attention. He’ll be using that leverage this year to teach a simple lesson: Gang life is a dead-end road.
At its 5 p.m. meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 23, 1999, the Doña Ana County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on a proposed county ordinance that would give low-income property owners a tax rebate.
When Memorial Medical Center became a non-profit entity in 1998, Doña Ana County was given the responsibility to appoint two area residents to the hospital’s Nominating Committee, which submits names to the board of directors when board vacancies occur.