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Governor signs landmark energy legislation, establishing New Mexico as a national leader in renewable transition efforts
SANTA FE – Surrounded by dozens of advocates and statewide leaders, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday signed Senate Bill 489, the Energy Transition Act, landmark legislation that sets bold statewide renewable energy standards and establishes a pathway for a...
SANTA FE — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday announced selections for three judicial vacancies in the First and Second Judicial District. – Bryan Biedscheid: First Judicial District– Joshua Andrew Allison: Second Judicial District– Lisa Chavez Ortega: Second...
Alicia Keyes was previously the film liaison for the city of Albuquerque, a role in which she initiated and oversaw the $1 billion agreement with Netflix to establish a landmark studio. She established a workforce training program with both the University of New Mexico and Central New Mexico Community College and was responsible for all film permitting and recruiting.
General Services Department
Ken Ortiz was previously the administrator of business services in the Secretary of State’s Office, where he served from 2011 to 2018. As administrator, he was directly responsible for the Business Services Division, which includes business-related filings for corporations, LLCs, partnerships and more.
Higher Education Department
Kate O’Neill is a proven leader and innovator in New Mexico higher education, previuosly serving as chief executive officer of the University of New Mexico at Taos for 12 years, beginning in 2006, and as special assistant to the chief executive since her retirement in 2016.
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