Weekly Village Update

  1. For the Week of October 9

    This week in the Village...
    • LLPD will be hosting a presentation for citizens who are wishing to create a neighborhood watch program for their neighborhood. The presentation has been scheduled for Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Los Lunas Transportation Center (Rail Runner Station). 
    • The heavy rains a couple of weeks ago caused the River Park trails to flood; the water has receded, but the trails remain muddy.
    • The Los Lunas Public Library has expanded the Storyhour classes. There are now two classes that take place on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. and at 1:00 p.m. This is a parent child participation class where the parents are encouraged to help plan stories and crafts.  
  2. For the Week of October 2

    This week in the Village...
    • The Village, along with consulting engineers Molzen Corbin, presented an update on the I-25 Interchange/East-West Corridor Project at the Valencia County Commission Meeting on Wednesday, October 4, 2017. The Commission expressed continued support for the project, and offered to draft a new resolution of support for consideration at a future meeting. 
    • The Los Lunas Fire Department recently attended the Jubilee Home Owners Association meeting where they presented the department with a check for $10,300, raised at their annual Arts and Crafts Fair, and which they have generously agreed to donate to the Village to go towards the purchase of a needed fire extinguishing training prop. 
    • Village staff recently met with NMDOT staff to go over current and future projects in the community, and discuss increased traffic on Main Street, and the need to re-visit traffic light timing on the I-25 overpass and the NM 314 intersection. 
  3. For the Week of September 25

    This week in the Village...
    • Los Lunas Police Department has taken numerous vehicle burglary reports where the vehicle owner left their vehicle doors unlocked. LLPD encourages everyone to lock doors, remove valuables from inside vehicles, and take steps to make yourself less likely to be a victim of an auto burglary.
    • Los Lunas Fire Department staff spoke at the Los Cerritos HOA meeting. Residents shared their gratitude for the firefighters who have assisted them with batteries in smoke detectors and emergencies. 
    • A dozen participants attended the Salinas Pueblo Mission Tour sponsored by the Los Lunas Museum of Heritage & Arts on Saturday, September 30. The weather cooperated and they were able to visit all three sites.
    • A Toss No Mas event was held on 9/23/2017, sponsored by the Los Lunas Solid Waste Division. The event was successful with 22 volunteers and three staff workers who assisted in the event. With a group effort, they successfully cleaned up the following streets: Los Morros, Sand Sage, Desert Willow, Purple Sage, Juan Perea and Edeal Road. A total of 79 garbage bags of litter were collected.

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