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Town of Silver City
Silver City, NM 88062
Town Resolutions: 2015
Resolutions are added as they are approved by the Council. For prior years' resolutions, please see "Town Resolution links" above.
- Resolution No. 2015-35
Supporting an application to the New Mexico Finance Authority under the Colonias Infrastructure Fund for water system improvements in Silver City, Grant County.
- Resolution No. 2015-34
Supporting an application to the New Mexico Finance Authority under the Colonias Infrastructure Fund for street and drainage improvements in Silver City, Grant County.
- Resolution No. 2015-33
Supporting the Town of Silver City's participation in a Capital Outlay Program administered by the NM Department of Transportation for street and drainage improvements in Silver City, Grant County.
- Resolution No. 2015-32
Supporting the Town of Silver City's participation in a Capital Outlay Program administered by the NM Department of Transportation for sidewalk improvements in Silver City, Grant County.
- Resolution No. 2015-31
Authorizing the execution and delivery of a Colonias Infrastructure Project Fund Loan/Grant Agreement for the construction of a new PISTA grit removal system to improve the wastewater treatment facility for the benefit of the Town and the communities of Rosedale and Tyrone.
- Resolution No. 2015-30
Authorizing the execution and delivery of a Colonias Infrastructure Project Fund Loan/Grant Agreement for the construction for drainage improvements including the installation of curb and gutter on Camino de Suenos and Kelly Street in the Vistas de Plata Subdivision.
- Resolution No. 2015-29
Approving the submittal of a re-certification application to the Mortgage Finance Authority for the 2015-2016 House by House Homeowner Rehabilitation Program.
- Resolution No. 2015-28
For the Regular Municipal Election to be held March 1, 2016. PDFs in: English | Spanish
- Resolution No. 2015-27
Supporting an application to be filed by Silver City MainStreet with the State of New Mexico Department of Economic Development requesting funding for improvements to the Main Street Plaza and, further authorizing the Mayor to execute a Statement of Assurances in connection therewith.
- Resolution No. 2015-26
Adopting and approving postissuance tax compliance procedures for tax-exempt bonds and loans of the Town; other matters relating thereto; and ratifying actions previously taken in connection therewith.
- Resolution No. 2015-25
Adopting and approving continuing disclosure compliance procedures for bonds and loans of the Town; other matters relating thereto; and ratifying actions previously taken in connection therewith.
- Resolution No. 2015-24
Adopting the 2017-2021 Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plant (ICIP).
- Resolution 2015-23
Approval and adoption of the Budget for the Fiscal Year commencing July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016.
- Resolution 2015-22
Amending the approved and adopted budget for the Fiscal Year commencing July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015, and for Municipal Purpose in the Town of Silver City, New Mexico, transferring and appropriating funds thereof.
- Resolution 2015-21
Final Quarter Financial Report Year Ending June 30, 2015.
- Resolution 2015-20
Concerning the Municipal Joint Utility System of the Town of Silver City, New Mexico; providing for the Improvement Revenue Bonds (Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds - Direct Subsidy), Taxable Series 2015A in the Aggregate Principal Amount up to $4,000,000 to (a) extend, enlarge, better, repair and otherwise improve such Joint Utility System, (b) fund of a Debt Service Reserve Fund, and (c) pay costs of issuance of the Series 2015A Bonds, and (II) Joint Utility System Refunding Revenue Bonds, Tax-Exempt Series 2015B in the Aggregate Principal amount up to $1,200,000 to (a) refund, redeem and pay the Town's outstanding loan agreement, as amended, with the New Mexico Environment Department and (b) pay costs of issuance of the Series 2015B Bonds; providing that the Series 2015 Bonds shall be payable solely out of the net revenues to be derived from the operation of such Joint Utility System; providing for the disposition of the revenues to be derived from the operation of such Joint Utility System; providing the form, terms and conditions of the Series 2015 Bonds, the method of paying such and the security therefor; prescribing other details concerning the Joint Utility Revenues and the Joint Utility System, including but not limited to covenants and agreements in connection therewith and with future financing therefor; ratifying action previously taken in connection therewith; and repealing all ordinances in conflict herewith.
- Resolution 2015-19
Declaring as "Non-Essential" a parcel of improved real estate located at 914 Pope Street, Silver City, NM (site of the former Golden Dragon Restaurant).
- Resolution 2015-18
Directing the Town Manager to confer and negotiate with the Interstate Stream Commission and other potential parties to the Joint Powers Agreement dated June 10, 2015, creating a New Mexico Central Arizona Project (CAP) Entity.
- Resolution 2015-16
Policies governing public input at regular meetings of the Town Council of the Town of Silver City, New Mexico.
- Resolution 2015-15
Supporting the Town Participating in the FY 2015-16 Local Government Road Fund Program Administered by New Mexico Department of Transportation.
- Resolution 2015-14
Authorizing the execution and delivery of a First Amendment to a Colonias Infrastructure Project Fund Grant Agreement by and among the Town of Silver City as Grantee and the New Mexico Colonias Infrastructure Board and the New Mexico Finance Authority as Grantors.
- Resolution 2015-13
Supporting a Public-Private Economic Development MainStreet Project.
- Resolution 2015-12
Authorizing and Approving Submission of a Completed Application for Financial Assistance and Project Approval to the New Mexico Finance Authority.
- Resolution 2015-11
Resolution No. 2015-11 was denied by the Town Council on May 26, 2015.
- Resolution 2015-10
A Resolution making certain findings and determinations pursuant to the NM Metropolitan Redevelopment Code, and approving the Silver City Downtown Tax Increment Financing District.
- Resolution 2015-09
Establishing a Green Community Program for the Benefits of the Residents of Silver City.
- Resolution 2015-08
Declaring the intent of the Town Council of the Town of Silver City to consider for adoption an Inducement Resolution authorizing and approving submission of an application for project approval to the New Mexico State Board of Finance for Allocation of Qualified Conservation Bonds for the implementation of a Green Community Program and other qualified conservation projects; and directing the Town Manager, Town Finance Director, and Town Clerk to take necessary action in connection with the application to the New Mexico State Board of Finance.
- Resolution 2015-07
Supporting an applications for New Mexico Department of Transportation Municipal Arterial Program (MAP) Funding.
- Resolution 2015-06
CDBG Procurement Policy.
- Resolution 2015-05
Section 3 Plan.
- Resolution 2015-04
Residential Anti-Displacement and Relocation Plan and Certification.
- Resolution 2015-03
Citizen Participation Plan, Community Development Block Grant Program.
- Resolution 2015-02
Adopting a Fair Housing Policy.
- Resolution 2015-01
See an index of Town resolutions from 1984 to 2014.