On January 15th, New Mexico Lt. Governor John Sanchez visited Santa Teresa to announce his and the Governor’s push to More »
By Kevin Robinson-Avila / Albuquerque Journal Staff Writer http://www.abqjournal.com/244609/news/creating-a-masterplanned-border-community.html The border communities of Santa Teresa in New Mexico and San More »
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.
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.
From the Albuquerque Journal
An emerging transportation hub that “secures New Mexico’s future as a leader in the goods-movement industry” got top recognition Friday at the annual Awards of Excellence luncheon by NAIOP, the commercial real-estate development association.
Union Pacific’s new railroad facility near Santa Teresa – the so-called Strauss Yard – is a $400 million, from-the-ground-up construction project that received the NAIOP Chairman’s Award for its positive impact on the state’s economy.
By Antonio Rebolledo El Diario November 28, 2013
Ojinaga –Yesterday Chihuahua Governor Cesar Duarte asked President Enrique Peña Nieto to give priority to the construction of road and rail axes to allow interstate communication to the Pacific Ocean and to the United States.
In his message, the Governor asked the President to speed-up construction of the Ciudad Juárez rail bypass to prevent rail from splitting the city in two, to reactivate the monorail project at the Santa Teresa-Jerónimo international crossing so as to facilitate more agile transfer of goods and also construction of the Guadalupe-Tornillo bridge to lower congestion at the Juárez border crossings.