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Developing Repository of Tapes for Agua Fria

Developing Repository of Tapes

 

So my dilemma as an Agua Fria Village leader is to find a repository for the permanent preservation of our unique patrimony. 

 

A number of oral history interviews of our elders were done at:

- College of Santa Fe

- City of Santa Fe seniors' program

- Santa Fe University of Art & Design

- Santa Fe Community College

- Santa Fe Living Treasures at UNM Archives (for Keith & Letta Wofford,…

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Added by William Henry Mee on January 20, 2014 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Consider joining our FaceBook site

Here is the link:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/249299328461189/

Thanks, WHM

Added by William Henry Mee on June 26, 2013 at 7:56pm — No Comments

State seeks to apply water standards to Santa Fe River

August Community Update:

15.  State seeks to apply water standards to Santa Fe River:

http://www.santafenewmexican.com/localnews/082312santaferiver

The New Mexico Environment Department wants to beef up water-quality standards for the Santa Fe River, now that the City of Santa Fe plans to let a little reservoir water flow down it each year.  This is particularly…

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Added by William Henry Mee on September 27, 2012 at 8:23pm — No Comments

Capitol Improvement Planning list for Agua Fria Village

Santa Fe County                                                                       September 20, 2012

Rudy Garcia, CIP Coordinator

Santa Fe County

P.O. Box 276

Santa Fe, N.M. 87504-0276

 

To Whom It May Concern:

 

I want to express some of the needs for our community, the Agua Fria Village Traditional Historic Community.  I am the President of the Agua Fria Village Association, the designated neighborhood association for this area. …

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Added by William Henry Mee on September 27, 2012 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Letter to City-County on Settlement Annexation Agreement

City Manager Robert Romero

City of Santa Fe

P.O. Box 909

Santa Fe, NM  87504-0909                                                                             July 15, 2012

 

County Manager Katherine Miller

Santa Fe County

P.O. Box 276

Santa Fe, N.M. 87504-0276

 

Dear Managers:

 

The Agua Fria Village Association (AFVA), on behalf of the Agua Fria Village Traditional Historic Community (THC), and other county…

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Added by William Henry Mee on August 14, 2012 at 9:41pm — No Comments

Letter to City and County on assisting us with "planning" in THC area as a result of RPA meeting

City Manager Robert Romero

City of Santa Fe

P.O. Box 909

Santa Fe, NM  87504-0909                                                                             November 25, 2011

 

County Manager Katherine Miller

Santa Fe County

P.O. Box 276

Santa Fe, N.M. 87504-0276

 

Dear Managers:

 

The Agua Fria Village Association (AFVA), on behalf of the Agua Fria Village Traditional Historic Community (THC), and other…

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Added by William Henry Mee on January 29, 2012 at 11:08am — No Comments

Letter written to Santa Fe County on Haciendas del Alamo

Hi All,

 

The March 7th meeting was busy and the membership requested the following letter to be written:

 

Katherine Miller

County Manager

 

Jack Kolkmeyer

Land Use Administrator

Land Use Planning Department

Santa Fe County

P.O. Box 276

Santa Fe, N.M. 87504-0276                                                                            March 15, 2011

 

 

Dear Ms. Miller and Mr.…

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Added by William Henry Mee on March 28, 2011 at 10:10am — No Comments

Letter written to Santa Fe County in March 2010 on Agua Fria Issues

Hi All,

 

The March 7th meeting was busy and the membership requested the following letter to be written:

 

Agua Fria Village Association

2073 Camino Samuel Montoya

Santa Fe, NM 87507



 



 

Katherine Miller

County Manager

 

Jack Kolkmeyer

Land Use Administrator

Land Use…

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Added by William Henry Mee on March 28, 2011 at 10:08am — No Comments

Renaming Agua Fria Park to Romero Park in honor of the Romero Family

This is first draft, pretty rough around the edges, but we want your critique. We want your corrections and feedback. Please feel free to recommend changes, especially the recital describing the

historical ideas.


SANTA FE COUNTY…





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Added by William Henry Mee on October 1, 2010 at 8:28pm — No Comments

If it takes a Village to raise a child? What can a Community do?

The Agua Fria Traditional Historic Community (THC) is an area of designation by Santa Fe County, whose elected officials agreed with residents that it was worthy of preservation. So boundaries were established and they coincided with a small part of the historical boundaries of Agua Fria Village. A large grant area some 5-7 miles in length from Arroyo de los Chamisos to Arroyo de los Frijoles, with a width of 4-5 miles.



So now we are a traditional community and what does that… Continue

Added by William Henry Mee on May 2, 2010 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Buying Local and the creation of an Agua Fria Business Directory

BUY LOCALLY - HELP YOURSELF





Here is an interesting statistic: if every United States citizen saved their entire paycheck and spent nothing for one month we would go into a “depression.” Our economy is so

tied to ‘consumer spending’ that we are always at the brink of collapse. We no longer make products in the U.S. and have no real value to the economy; we

buy everything from China, India, and a dozen…

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Added by William Henry Mee on March 4, 2010 at 9:31pm — 2 Comments

Protecting Traditional Communities Through Planning

Agua Fria Village Association has been participating with the United Communities of Santa Fe County (http://unitedcommunitiessantafecounty.ning.com/) to protect Traditional Communities like Agua Fria. We are participating in the rewriting of Santa Fe County's Sustainable Land Development Plan…





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Added by William Henry Mee on February 28, 2010 at 1:36pm — 1 Comment

What's In It For Me? Why read this website?

The AFVA is currently working on ways that we can deliver financial or social benefits to all Traditional Historic Community (THC) residents, on a local scale, so that there is genuine value in being in the THC. Financial benefits include really thinking outside of the box and having things that save or make us money for being in the THC. What about developing a small electric cooperative that reduces our energy costs? Social benefits include: reducing crime, improving…

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Added by William Henry Mee on February 27, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

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