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Movers & Shakers 2014: Camden works to bring business to the border

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By Brook Stockberger / bstockberger@lcsun-news.com

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.

Happy Holidays from the BIA

We would like to thank everyone who was able to make it to the BIA Holiday Party. We hope everyone had a great time.

We wish you the very best this holiday season.

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Quality New Mexico Interviews Jerry Pacheco

Jerry Pacheco was recently interviewed by Quality New Mexico. Jerry discussed the issues facing New Mexico’s border with Mexico as well as the growth and potential for more growth in the area.

You can listen to Jerry’s interview by clicking the play button below:

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Hanson Asset Management to Break Ground on its new Santa Teresa/Sunland Park Real Estate Development Project

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Sunland Park, New Mexico – Hanson Asset Management, LP (HAM) will break ground on its new Santa Teresa/Sunland Park Real Estate Development on July 8, 2011 in Sunland Park, New Mexico. HAM and Desert View Homes recently purchased 458 acres from Verde Realty, which includes the four corners of McNutt Rd. and Pete Domenici Highway in what was previously referred to as Project Checkpoint.

Barela Points To Southern Border as N.M. Area for Near-Term Economic Growth

Jon Barela, NM Economic Development Secretary

From the Albuquerque Journal
By Winthrop Quigley
Wednesday, 23 March 2011 12:49

The state’s Economic Development Department secretary-designate tells Economic Forum that “lowest hanging fruit” for New Mexico job creation is along the border with Mexico

New Mexico’s near-term economic growth will likely come from its southern border, Jon Barela, Economic Development Department secretary-designate, told the Economic Forum on Wednesday in Albuquerque.