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New Mexico's RailRunner has come under attack from Governor Martinez. So what, exactly, is her beef with the train system?
Socorro Electric Coop general manager Polo Pineda and SEC employee Kathy Torres were terminated for taking dubious loans from SEC funds. They did, however, attempt to pay back the loans. Some believe the timing of the payback was suspicious.
The Socorro Electric Coop's board met for a special session on Friday to discuss legal and personnel issues, after which the board released a statement about possible "financial irregularities" at the Coop. The plot thickens.
You are being sued by your own electric cooperative. Here's how to respond.
Wednesday evening's Socorro Electric Coop board meeting went forward with a public audience, for the first time ever, and after a closed executive session, the board's president expressed his desire to withdraw the lawsuit, but recognized that will probably not be possible.
The Socorro Electric Coop's board is suing its customers. We have just a few weeks to respond to the lawsuit or lose by default. What now?
Just when you thought the SEC's board could not get any worse, its attorney, Dennis Francish, has decided that they should sue the members. Sheesh.
The Socorro Electric Coop annual meeting is this Saturday, April 17th. Maybe it's time we all show up and vote?
Local residents recently delivered a petition with over seventy signatures to the Socorro school district, complaining that military recruiting in the schools is not balanced with alternate viewpoints, and that students' ability to opt-out from military "junk" mailing lists is not being managed properly.