New Year, New Applications and License Renewals

January 12, 2024

Applications are now open to fill the District 2 City Councilor vacancy. The San Juan County GIS Department will undergo maintenance from January 11th to the 16th, causing an outage affecting various online maps. Business owners are reminded to renew business licenses to avoid $10 late fees starting in March. Additionally, businesses can capitalize on the growing New Mexico film industry by adding products or services to the Product Placement Central Database for free. By Hannah Robertson. This story is sponsored by Three Rivers Brewery and SunRay Park and Casino.

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Looking to be a bit more involved in your community? Apply to fill the District 2 city counselor vacancy. The GIS department will be updating local maps, so there will be an outage on maps January 11th through the 16th. Make sure to renew your business license and update your mailing address to avoid any late fees. And take advantage of the increase in filming in New Mexico to get your product on the product placement central database. You're watching the "Local News Roundup," brought to you by 3 Rivers Brewery and Sunray Park & Casino. I'm Gillian Arnwine. Mayor Nate Duckett has opened applications for the council seat in District 2, as there is now a vacancy with former city councilors, Sean Sharer stepping down after moving out of the district. To apply, you must live full-time in District 2, which is west of North Butler and south of 20th Street to the western and southern city limits. The first review of applications will take place around the 1st of February, and the position will remain open until it's filled. Find the application and additional information on the board's, and commission's webpage. San Juan County offers a wide selection of maps of the county online for free. The collection of maps does require regular maintenance, and the GIS department is planning maintenance, which will result in an outage on the website. The outage will begin Thursday, January 11th, and everything should be back up and running by the end of the day on Tuesday, January 16th. Affected maps will include the assessor's, parcel maps, precinct, and political maps, and road, and oil, and gas maps. Make sure to renew your business license. It's that time of year, so visit the City Clerk's website to update and confirm your business's information and to renew your license. Late fees of $10 a month will be administered beginning in March. Ever wondered how products are selected for movies and television series? With the growing New Mexico film industry, you might have the opportunity to witness it firsthand. Add your unique product or service to the product placement central database for free. Learn more online and see what the benefits could be. Learn more about these, and other stories online at Thank you for watching this edition of "The Local News Network." I'm Gillian Arwine.


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