City water managers have been letting a trickle of water flow from the reservoirs into the Santa Fe River over the past few days. Plans call for assessing how much water is flowing from snowmelt into the reservoir today. Then, according to the New Mexican, they'll decide whether to allow the trickle to continue. A city ordinance allows 1,000 acre feet of water into the river during the year, providing there's enough in the reservoirs.
5/5/13 — Audio Saucepan: “The Hardy Perennial Episode” includes the poems “Wait” by Galway Kinnell (from Breaking the Jaws of Silence, University of Arkansas Press); “Happiness” by Paisley Rekdal (from Animal Eye, University of Pittsburgh Press); and “Weeds” by Jacek Gutorow (from The Folding Star and Other Poems, BOA Editions, Ltd.)
On Friday's midday report: … Still looking for hidden treasure? The Santa Fean who says he has hidden a million dollars worth of stuff gives yet another clue…Scientists at the Los Alamos national lab are keeping an eye on the Mars Curiosity Rover as they steer and guide it over the surface of the Red Planet…And the state library here in Santa Fe announces winners of a contest this afternoon….headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen...
Congressman Ben Ray Luján of New Mexico's Third District has made comment on Santa Fe Mayor David Coss' announcement that he will not seek a third term. Luján says he looks forward to working with Coss for the remainder of his term. Coss explained his decision to KSFR News…****
On Thursday's midday report: Mayor David Coss says he won’t run for a third term in office. Rumors are starting to circulate as to who might – we’ll talk to one of the potential candidates…New Mexico’s Rail Runner commuter train is coming up on its seventh anniversary in July. We’ll find out how the rail line is doing financially and in meeting customer needs…headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen...
Santa Fe Mayor David Coss has just announced he will not seek a third term in office. That leaves the field wide open for aspiring candidates to the city's top post in next year's election.
Coss says he has yet to make any decisions regarding his future political life but told Hutton Broadcasting this morning that his decision could be seen as clearing a path for seeking other office in the future.
Coss made an attempt to run for New Mexico’s House of Representatives District 46 last year but was defeated in the primary.