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Posted on: October 5, 2021

[ARCHIVED] City Councilor Gill Sorg Seeks Projects Input from Public Through A Series of Park Meetings

Gill Sorg

City Councilor Gill Sorg, District 5 representative, will host a series of public meetings through October with community members to gather input for projects that may qualify for the 2022 General Obligation (GO) Bond cycle for the City of Las Cruces.

Registered Las Cruces voters will have an opportunity in November 2022 to vote on the projects eventually selected by the City Council. Councilors are seeking public input on these projects in the coming months prior to the election. The 2022 GO Bond will not increase any taxes.

More information about the City’s GO Bond program can be found on the City website at www.las-cruces.org, keyword search for General Obligation Bond Projects. In 2018, voters supported $35.6 million in improvements and additions for park and sports fields, the new Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley facility, a new fire station, and improvements to walking, biking and jogging recreational trails.
 
The schedule for the meetings, which start October 9, is:  
 
North Las Cruces Park, 1005 Valley View Ave.; 1 p.m. Saturday, October 9.
Northridge Park, 3245 Westridge Road, 6 p.m. Tuesday, October 12.
Sunset Hills Park, at the corner of Mars Avenue and Lunarridge Street, 6 p.m. Thursday, October 14.
Parkhill Estates Park, Parkhill Drive between Arabela Drive and Vermejo Drive, 1 p.m. Saturday, October 16.
Rincon Hills Park, 4000 Pacific Loop, 6 p.m. Tuesday, October 19.
Las Colinas Arroyo Park, at the corner of Las Colinas Drive and Galina Drive, 6 p.m. Thursday October 21.
 
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