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Thursday, April 27, 2017
The New Mexico Resiliency Alliance (NMRA) has awarded 17 communities in New Mexico for 2017, with all but two being MainStreet Communities. Portales MainStreet Program is a recipient of this opportunity and plans to use the funds as a match for the "Challenge Grant". NMRA will match a max of $4,000 in new funds raised by Portales MainStreet. In conjunction to this grant New Mexico ...read more
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AMARILLO, Texas (March 21, 2017) – Xcel Energy projects it can save Texas-New Mexico customers $2.8 billion over a 30-year period by displacing higher-cost energy with an additional 1,230 megawatts of wind energy – enough electricity to power more than 440,000 typical homes. Most of the new megawatts of wind energy would be generated at two facilities constructed and owned by the ...read more
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PORTALES, NM—The Roosevelt County Community Development Corporation (RCCDC) welcomes the announcement of Invenergy LLC’s wind farm to be developed in south Roosevelt County and then transferred to Xcel Energy. The RCCDC supports Invenergy LLC and Xcel Energy with this important effort. The RCCDC applauds Xcel Energy for acquiring and completing this project as it will bring ...read more
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PORTALES, NM—The Roosevelt County Community Development Corporation (RCCDC) announces a new redevelopment in downtown Portales. The property on 223 West Second Street, also known to the community as the Portales Inn, has been acquired by Ambience Hospitality LLC and is slated for redevelopment of a new nationally recognized hotel chain. The RCCDC along with the City of Portales have been ...read more
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