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Posted on: July 26, 2021

Daniel Lopez named to City Council

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Daniel Lopez was approved July 22 to fill the Roswell City Council Ward 4 seat vacated by George Peterson. Mayor Dennis Kintigh recommended Lopez for the position and the nine sitting members of the City Council unanimously granted approval during a speci...

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Posted on: July 23, 2021

City working on development of cannabis ordinance

Following the New Mexico Legislature’s passage of a law allowing recreational marijuana in the state, the City of Roswell is developing its own Comprehensive Cannabis Ordinance that would establish local regulations regarding certain cannabis pr...

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General City News
Posted on: July 14, 2021

New “Money Matters” video discusses Roswell Air Center

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The Roswell Air Center is a unique asset to a city of this size and the air center is responsible for a significant economic impact that benefits the city. This important facility offers travelers daily flights directly to and from Dallas/Fort Worth and P...

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Posted on: July 13, 2021

City offers surplus property in online auction

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Vehicles and other surplus City of Roswell property are part of an online auction in which local residents and others can bid to purchase the items. 

Among the other items are various pieces of furniture that were bequeathed to the Roswell Public ...

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Posted on: June 8, 2021

“Money Matters” video discusses solid-waste services

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The local community relies on the City of Roswell’s Solid Waste Department to make sure trash is disposed of properly and safely. Funding for the department’s essential services – from weekly pickups of trash containers in al...

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Posted on: May 11, 2021

Third “Money Matters” video highlights water, wastewater

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Getting clean water into homes and businesses for people to drink, clean with and otherwise use in their daily lives is a very important task. And just as important is removing wastewater from those homes and businesses. Keeping everything flowing in the ...

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Posted on: May 7, 2021

City reminds citizens about sprinkler systems to assist with responsible use of local water

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With responsible water conservation in mind, the City of Roswell is reminding residents and business owners to ensure sprinkler and other watering systems on their properties are in good working condition and functioning properly so water does not flow ex...

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Posted on: April 22, 2021

State program offers financial assistance to renters

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The City of Roswell wants to make local renters aware of a financial-assistance program being made available by the State of New Mexico. The Emergency Rental Assistance Program offers help with rent, utility bills and other housing-related costs to qualif...

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Posted on: March 10, 2021

Regulations regarding weeds and yard sales help keep community clean and safe

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Spring and summer bring warmer weather, and warmer weather brings the emergence of a variety of vegetation. Unfortunately, that can include unwanted weeds. Meanwhile, yard-sale season brings the appearance of yard-sale signs that come with it.

When it come...

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Posted on: February 12, 2021

City hosting series of virtual public forums

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The City of Roswell will hold a series of 10 virtual public forums during 2021, beginning Thursday, Feb. 18, with an open discussion focusing on Ward 5, which covers a large portion of the southern part of the city.

The city launched virtual public forums ...

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Posted on: May 16, 2018

Citizens can share concerns with city through online FixIT Form

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Have you recently come across a significant pothole on a city street? Did a property overgrown with weeds catch your eye? Do you know of a vehicle that appears to have been abandoned and remains sitting on public property? The City of Roswell wants to kno...

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