The Board of Directors of KSFR and the Northern New Mexico Radio Foundation has elected two new members, both with extensive nonprofit and fund raising experience, according to board chair Marilyn Mason.
An alleged embezzlement has seen the Santa Fe Fiesta Council approach the Police Department for further investigation. The matter involves deposit of some $6,000 of the non-profit's money into the personal bank account of Deborah Leyba Dominguez, a committee member. She has resigned from her duties as the matter comes to light and repaid the entire amount. Leyba Dominguez is the wife of city councilor Carmichael Dominguez and the couple has a longtime association with Fiesta activities. No charges have been filed.
In today's features, we hear about the bold, new "Technology Transfer" initiative at Santa Fe Community College in collaboration with the Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories. We also get a status update on New Mexico's Medical Cannibis program. And...Santa Fe Public Schools starts the new term tomorrow -- we get some parent and student safety advice from the SFPD. Those items plus 60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen.
A move to promote urban agriculture in Santa Fe has been approved by the city's Public Works and Land Use Committee. The resolution would have the City collaborate with local non-profit organizations to create farm stands, which would sell fresh produce from community gardens and orchards. The matter is headed to full city council at the end of the month and has already received support from the Sustainable Santa Fe Commission and the Food Policy Council.
In today's features: HUD gives $5.4 million to New Mexico Public Housing Authorities; a Santa Fe County resident has found a way to beat the high, free-market cost of propane; Santa Fe Police are providing public access to their "Hot Sheets." Those items plus 60 Seconds With Christopher Hagen.
Audio Saucepan: “The Episode About Things” includes the poems “Praise Nothing” by Joshua Robbins (from Praise Nothing, The University of Arkansas Press); “Heroine as She Turns to Face Me” by Mary Szybist (from Incarnadine, Graywolf Press); and “Facts About Things” W.N. Herbert (from Omnesia, Bloodaxe Books)
In today's features, we speak with the union rep for Christus St.Vincent's nurses and the ongoing tussle over staffing levels at the hospital. We also hear about the health hazards presented by molds that have begun to appear as a result of our monsoonal moisture. And a look at the Santa Fe County Assessor's office and their door-to-door survey. And some local mariachis are headed to China. Those items plus 60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen.