MILAN, N.M. – The Village of Milan approved a five percent increase in customer water bills.
GRANTS, N.M. – The City of Grants Lodgers Tax Board heard updates on Fourth of July activities and plans for the Grants/Cibola County Chamber of Commerce.
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Question: We have a Raywood ash that’s probably eight years old and huge. The tree has done so well; however, this year I noticed it is more of a light lime green instead of a true green. I am wondering if we need to amend the soil with anything. I did put 10-10-10 in its drip line two months ago, and it gets watered approximately every 10 days. M. Hobson, Rio Rancho (submitted via NMSU Extension Agriculture Agent for Sandoval County, Lynda Garvin)
MILAN, N.M. – The Village of Milan Planning and Zoning Board met on June 9. The five-member ap pointed board had not met since March 12. The village closed public access to all municipal buildings in mid-March in response to the pandemic.