(Editor’s Note: The following agendas should be considered draft agendas until 72 hours prior to the meetings.) 


Valencia Soil and Water Conservation District 

When: 4 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 16, at Whitfield Wildlife Conservation Area center, 2424 N.M. 47 

Agenda highlight: Discussion of 77th NMACD annual meeting and designation of VSWCD as Soil and Water District of the Year 


Also on the agenda 

  • Public comment
  • District staff monthly report
  • Discussion of 2023 regular local election results
  • Updates, partner reports and correspondence
  • Consideration of BEMP 2024 proposal
  • Consideration of district assistant intern
  • Discussion of expanding WWCA hours
  • Consideration of budget and accounting, including September expenditures, district procurement policy land and water summit donation and grants and related updates


Belen City Council workshop 

When: 4 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 16, in the conference room of Belen City Hall, 100 S. Main St., Belen 

Agenda highlight: Discussion of amending cannabis ordinance 


Also on the agenda 

  • Five-minute presentations, public comments


 Bosque Farms Village Council 

When: 5:45 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 16, in the council chambers, 1455 W. Bosque Loop 

Agenda highlight: Consideration of burn ordinance Section 11-3 


Also on the agenda 

  • Executive session to discuss hiring a police officer and court clerk
  • Department reports
  • Mayor and councilors reports
  • Treasurer’s report
  • Non-agenda items
  • Consideration of fee schedule of animal control fees and fines
  • Consideration of hiring a police officer
  • Consideration of hiring a court clerk
  • Consideration of removal of appendix section A2 job description from code
  • Consideration of publication of amendments to Article 10, 10.5 overtime


Los Lunas Village Council 

When: 6 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 16, at village hall, 660 Main St. SW, Los Lunas 

Agenda highlight: Public hearing and consideration of acceptance of infrastructure at Sierra Vista 


Also on the agenda 

  • Public input forum
  • Consideration of final plat approval for phase 3 at Sierra Vista
  • Consideration of bids for pedestrian improvements on N.M. 6 multiuse trail project
  • Consideration of agreement acceptance of grant to acquire rights of way to construct sound barrier on N.M. 6
  • Consideration of agreement of acceptance of grant for scope of work for intersection improvements at Sun Ranch Village Road and Desert Willow
  • Discussion of water master plan and aquifer study presentation
  • Public hearing and consideration of personnel ordinance revision
  • Executive session to consider hiring a system administrator, community planner, part-time museum technician, operator in training, two community planners in the street division, streets laborer and part-time recreation aide


Belen City Council 

When: 6 p.m., Monday, Nov. 20, in the council chambers, 100 S. Main St., Belen 

Agenda highlight: Presentation of the Belen Police Department accreditation by Sgt. Sarah Martinez 


Also on the agenda 

  • Public comment
  • Consideration of document destruction
  • City manager’s report
  • Communication from city council


Belen Historic Properties Review Board 

When: 3 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 21, at the Belen Harvey House Museum, 1104 N. First St., Belen 

Agenda highlight: Discussion of photo report on Kuhn Hotel 


Also on the agenda 

  • Distribution of historic properties and research materials
  • Revision of application forms
  • Revision of BHPRB website
  • Discussion of posters for BHPRB

Peralta Planning and Zoning Commission 

When: 6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 21, at Peralta Town Hall, 90A Molina  

Agenda highlight: Consideration of a variance for a cannabis-derived products manufacturing business at 3657 N.M. 47; setbacks are less than 30 feet from property lines 


Also on the agenda 

  • Public discussion
  • Consideration of a variance at 3674 N.M. 47; Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, new construction; setbacks are less than 30 feet from the south property line


Valencia Association of Local Elected Officials 

When: 6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 21, at the Los Lunas Transportation Center, 101 Courthouse road, Los Lunas 

Agenda highlight: VALEO 2024 calendar 

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