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By Lauren Villagran / Journal Staff Writer – Las Cruces Bureau
PUBLISHED: Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 12:05 am
SANTA TERESA – Semi-trucks inched slowly over the U.S. border into Mexico in single file one recent weekday morning – just a hint of the traffic jam expected here in the coming months.
Union Pacific Railroad will ramp up operations at its much-touted truck-to-rail hub through April and plans a grand opening May 28, about a year ahead of schedule.
But observers in government and business on both sides of the border say neither side is ready to handle the expected increase in truck traffic at New Mexico’s fastest-growing commercial port of entry.
As a follow-up to the Health Sciences Academy’s presentation at the last meeting, here is a link to their website.
The Health Sciences Academy offers secondary students a rigorous comprehensive health science integrated curriculum, and prepares graduates for post-secondary education and health science careers through real-world applications in health internships and a school culture of caring and academic excellence.
The academy is scheduled to open August 2014 with enrollment beginning in Spring 2014 for grades 7 – 10.
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On January 15th, New Mexico Lt. Governor John Sanchez visited Santa Teresa to announce his and the Governor’s push to spend 60% of this year’s capital outlay on water projects. The Lt. Governor made his announcement at CRRUA’s arsenic treatment plant in Santa Teresa. If approved the legislation would provide capital outlay to CRRUA for several of its projects.
Video of the Lt. Governor’s remarks is below.
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LAS CRUCES >> Ed Camden is right in the thick of the border action.
Expansion continues along the U.S.-Mexico border in southern Doña Ana County and Camden is both a part of and advocate for that growth.
“We’re in a unique position; we’re going to see growth much greater than the national average,” said Camden, 45, the new president of the Santa Teresa-based Building Industrial Association.