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The Town of Silver City's Public Works and Utilities departments are struggling to find enough qualified CDL-certified drivers for garbage and recycling pick-up, as well as for operating certain air-brake vehicles used in managing town utility services. Learn more!
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Silver City has updated its annual Parks and Activity Directory, a booklet with information for all ages about all kinds of activity opportunities available in Silver City. Learn more!
Learn more about wildfire dangers and how to create defensible spaces around your home, business and property. Learn more!
Schedules for the Town of Silver City recycling and refuse pick-up vary on some national holidays. See if your pick-up is effected!
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Town of Silver City
Silver City, NM 88062
Town Resolutions: 2006
- Resolution 2006-51
A resolution authorizing a grant application with New Mexico Community Development Council under the terms of the Community Development Block Grant Program.
- Resolution 2006-49
Participation in local government road fund program administered by New Mexico Department of Transportation.
- Resolution 2006-48
In support of “Healthy Schools, Healthy Economy” that would increase New Mexico farm economic opportunities, stimulating the economy while providing children eating school lunch with locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables.
- Resolution 2006-47
In support of “Elementary Breakfast” that will expand the implementation of breakfast meals to all elementary children at no cost, regardless of family income.
- Resolution 2006-45
Declaring the intent of the Town Council of the Town of Silver City to consider for adoption an ordinance authorizing the execution and delivery of a loan agreement and intercept agreement by and between the town and the New Mexico Finance Authority
- Resolution 2006-42
A resolution supporting Silver City Mainstreet Project in applying for Main Street Construction Grants funds
- Resolution 2006-41
Authorizing individuals to represent the Town regarding Special Appropriations Project 06-0169-STB Wastewater Treatment Plant Improve ($225,000).
- Resolution 2006-40
Authorizing and approving submission of a completed application for financial assistance and project approval to the New Mexico Finance Authority.
- Resolution 2006-39
Resolution of the Town Of Silver City ratifying a certain agreement between the Town of Silver City and The Southwest New Mexico Council Of Governments.
- Resolution 2006-38
Participation in Local Government Road Fund Program administered by New Mexico Department of Transportation.
- Resolution 2006-37
Joint declaration of a disaster.
- Resolution 2006-36
Adopting the 2008-12 Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP).
- Resolution 2006-35
CDBG Procurement Policy.
- Resolution 2006-34
Section 3 Plan.
- Resolution 2006-33
Residential Anti-Displacement and Relocation Plan and Certification.
- Resolution 2006-32
Citizen Participation Plan Community Development Block Grant Program.
- Resolution 2006-31
Adopting a fair housing policy.
- Resolution 2006-29
Amending the approved and adopted budget for the fiscal year commencing july 1, 2005 and for municipal purpose in the Town of Silver City.
- Resolution 2006-28
Supporting Corre Caminos in applying for funding to continue Public Transportation for the fiscal year 2007-2008.
- Resolution 2006-25
Providing for the encroachment on a utility easement on Lot 10 of Block 29 of the Fraser Addition adjacent to Pinos Altos Street.
- Resolution 2006-22
Supporting proposed federal legislation to create a United States Department Of Peace.
- Resolution 2006-21
Authorizing an application of a Preserve America Community Designation.
- Resolution 2006-20
To impose a moratorium on public and private sales of Town-owned real property.
- Resolution 2006-19
Authorizing a loan from the New Mexico Environment Department’s Brownfields Cleanup Revolving Loan Funds for allowable expenses in connection with eligible cleanup activities at the former Hillcrest Hospital.
- Resolution 2006-18
Supporting an application for a Preserve America Historic Preservation Fund Grant for conservation and rehabilitation planning of the old Waterworks complex.
- Resolution 2006-16
Vacating the west half of Robert Avenue lying adjacent to the eastern boundary of the Senior Center.
- Resolution 2006-15
Providing for the encroachment of a portion of the Texas Street right-of-way.
- Resolution 2006-12
Authorizing a grant application with the State Parks Division of the New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department under the New Mexico Recreation Trails Program.
- Resolution 2006-11
Supporting an application for New Mexico Department of Transportation Municipal Arterial Program (MAP) funding.
- Resolution 2006-10
Authorizing a 90-day moratorium on water main extensions outside the Town of Silver City’s municipal boundaries.
- Resolution 2006-09
Supporting the funding and phased construction of the US Highway 180 project from 14th Street to the 32nd Street Bypass.
- Resolution 2006-08
Requesting State Highway Department to reconsider Highway 180/Juniper Street traffic routing.
- Resolution 2006-07
Authorizing a planning grant application under the Community Development Block Grant program planning set-aside.
- Resolution 2006-06
To join the Southwest Regional Transit District as a voting member of the district and participate in the affairs of the district by appointing a board member and designee to the board of directors.
- Resolution 2006-05 | Rescinded on May 27, 2008
Approving a site for the Public Library.
- Resolution 2006-04
Declaring a portion of the following parcels non-essential for municipal purposes, described as a portion of Lots 1, 3, 5, 7 and 8 of Block 229, Fraser Subdivision.
- Resolution 2006-03
Supporting the Public Library Foundation in requesting funds from the 2006 General Obligation Bond issue for a new Public Library building and rehabilitating the current building for use as a Southwest History Resource Center.
- Resolution 2006-02
Recognizing The Citizen Corps Council for Grant County as a benefit and resource
to the Town of Silver City and its citizens.
- Resolution 2006-01
Regarding Open Meetings.