GRANTS, N.M. – Robert Windhorst, City of Grants code enforcement officer, responded to Josephine Hurtado’s question about variances. Hurtado had commented that the P&Z Commission grants “a lot of variances” and wondered why the documents are not recorded with Cibola County. Windhorst explained to the Planning and Zoning Commission’s vice chair that variances are not recorded with the county clerk’s office. Landowners are told to keep the variance certificate with their deed, so that it is available for future inspection.
GRANTS, N.M. – With the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, families are constantly looking for safe ways to get out of the house and do something to stay active. This includes the furry, beloved, four-legged family members as well. Dog parks are always the first thing to come to mind, but the second thing that comes to mind is keeping the pets safe and making sure that the chosen dog park is safe and in good condition.
GRANTS, N.M. – A drive-by shooting in Grants rocked the 1000 block of Encino Avenue; the shooting occurred in the late evening of June 30.