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Town of Silver City
Box 1188
Silver City, NM 88062
575.538.3731

Town Resolutions: 2016
Resolutions are added as they are approved by the Council. For prior years' resolutions, please see "Town Resolution links" above.

  • Resolution 2016-37
    Authorizing the Town Manager to submit a loan application to the State of New Mexico State Infrastructure Bank for the purpose of funding waterline reconstruction along New Mexico Highway 15 (Pinos Altos Road) due to conflicts with New Mexico Department of Transportation's scheduled roadway reconstruction of New Mexico Highway 15 from Newsham Street to 32nd Bypass Road.

  • Resolution 2016-36
    Supporting an application to New Mexico Finance Authority under the Colonias Infrastructure Fund for street improvements in Silver City, Grant County.

  • Resolution 2016-35
    Supporting an application to the New Mexico Finance Authority under the Colonias Infrastructure Fund for water system improvements in Silver City, Grant County.

  • Resolution 2016-33
    Authorizing the execution and delivery of a Local Government Planning Grant Agreement by and between the New Mexico Finance Authority and the Town of Silver City in the amount of $6,250 evidencing an obligation of the grantee to utilize the grant amount and the local match amount solely for the purpose of financing the costs of a Bicycle Master Plan.

  • Resolution 2016-32
    Adopting Recount/Recheck Costs for the Regular Municipal Election to be held on March 7, 2017.

  • Resolution 2016-31
    For the Regular Municipal Election to be held on March 7, 2017. Spanish.

  • Resolution 2016-30
    Authorizing the execution and delivery of a Colonias Infrastructure Project Fund loan/grant agreement in the amount of $903,397 for Phase II of the College Avenue improvements.

  • Resolution 2016-29
    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 2016-25
    Authorizing the execution of a Government Obligation Contract between the Town of Silver City and Tax-Exempt Leasing Corporation.

  • Resolution 2016-24
    Ratifying a certain agreement between the Town of Silver City and the Southwest New Mexico Council of Governments, dated September 27, 2016, and authorizing the execution of same by the proper official of the Town of Silver City.

  • Resolution 2016-23
    Authorizing and approving the submission of an application for financial assistance and project approval to the New Mexico MainStreet Program; and authorizing the Mayor to act as the Town of Silver City's Chief Executive Officer and authorized representative in all matters pertaining to the Town of Silver City's participation in the New Mexico MainStreet Great Blocks on MainStreet Program.

  • Resolution 2016-22
    Adoption of Town of Silver City Bicycle Master Plan.

  • Resolution 2016-21
    Authorizing and approving the submission of an application for financial assistance and project approval to the New Mexico MainStreet Program; and authorizing the Mayor to act as the Town of Silver City's Chief Executive Officer and authorized representative in all matters pertaining to the Town of Silver City's participation in the New Mexico MainStreet Great Blocks on MainStreet Program..

  • Resolution 2016-20
    Participation in Local Government Road Fund Program administered by the New Mexico Department of Transportation.

  • Resolution 2016-19
    Adopting the 2018-2022 Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP)..

  • Resolution 2016-18
    Supporting the naming of the Hudson Street Bridge located on Highway 90 in Silver City as The Veterans Memorial Bridge.

  • Resolution 2016-17
    Aapproval and adoption of the Budget for the Fiscal Year commencing July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017.

  • Resolution 2016-16
    amending the approved and adopted budget for the Fiscal Year commencing July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, and for Municipal Purpose in the Town of Silver City, New Mexico, transferring and appropriating funds thereof.

  • Resolution 2016-15
    Final Quarter Financial Report Year Ending June 30, 2016.

  • Resolution 2016-14
    Authorizing and approving the submission of an application for financial assistance and project approval to the New Mexico MainStreet Program.

  • Resolution 2016-11
    Declaring that the execution of a water rights lease between the Town of Silver City and the Town of Hurley is in the best interests of the Town.

  • Resolution 2016-10
    Supporting the naming of the Hudson Street Bridge located on Highway 90 in Silver City as 'The Veterans Memorial Bridge'.

  • Resolution 2016-09
    Amendments to the Town of Silver City's Employees Personnel Manual.

  • Resolution 2016-08
    CDBG Procurement Policy.

  • Resolution 2016-07
    Section 3 Plan.

  • Resolution 2016-06
    Residential Anti-Displacement and Relocation Plan and Certification.

  • Resolution 2016-05
    Citizen Participation Plan CDBG Program.

  • Resolution 2016-04
    Adopting a Fair Housing Policy.

  • Resolution 2016-03
    Adopting Recount Recheck Costs for March 1, 2016 Election.

  • Resolution 2016-02
    A Day to Honor the Territorial Charter. Note: The posted Resolution includes the Charter in Spanish and in the original handwritten English.

  • Resolution 2016-01
    Open Meetings.


 
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