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We Need Your Support at the Valencia County Commissioners Meeting Tonight!!

Please Attend the Valencia County Commisioner's Meeting today October 9th, at 5:00 pm to show your support for Local businesses along Highway 47 near Tome Hill in Central New Mexico!

Attached is a notice of a public meeting concerning zoning changes along Highway 47 that will likely compromise the ability of local businesses including either the Trees That Please Nursery or Soil Secrets as a potential business site for a future owner.  The Valencia county zoning and planning office and planner have not been able to tell us if this zoning overlay plan will benefit local businesses or even if it could potentially damage them. 


We need to have as many citizens at this meeting as possible who are sick and tired of our government trying to control our lives and our private property rights. 

Please Plan on Attending!
Valencia County Board of Commissioners Meeting today October 9, at 5:00 PM. Meeting will be held at the Valencia County Courthouse in the Comissioner’s Chambers located at 444 Luna Ave in Los Lunas, NM 87031

Please Support your local Los Lunas Businesses

Thanks For Your Support!

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