Dear Amalia Community Member;
It is with extreme excitement I announce that yesterday, August 2, 2016 the Taos County Commissioner’s Board approved the RFP (Request for Procurement) for construction on the Amalia Community Center. The awarded contractor was Anissa Construction Co. out of Taos. The estimated construction time was initially reported to take 120 days. At the meeting, it was stated that it should not take more than 90 days once the contractor begins work.
Also, to address concerns regarding the amount of the bid being higher than the budget. Taos County has committed to infuse funds to cover the deficit and has budgeted money do so. Now, with that said, we also need to be reminded that this project does not include, painted walls, tiled floors, or a completed kitchen. For this final details, we will need to seek out legislative funds or other sources of funds to complete these details. It has not yet been determined whether or not these things can be done as an in-kind donation by community members.
This has been a long road, however we are now on the final stretch to seeing the building finished. The next step is finalizing the contract which I believe will be done between now and the next commissioner’s meeting.
Lastly, Amalia Neighborhood Association has decided to host a Chili and Salsa Contest on September 17. Please look out for details next week!
Yep! We still have tickets!! We only printed 800 tickets!! The Amalia Neighborhood Association supports Amalia and surrounding communities. We strive to provide events for our youth, we facilitate community clean up efforts, help Amalia families in need through the Jim Jarrell Memorial Fund; And soon, we will have a community center in which we can continue to do what we do. By purchasing a raffle ticket you are helping too! As a bonus, if you win that 4- wheeler you can take a nice ride through Amalia whenever you get a chance!
Dear Amalia Community Members,
It has come to our attention that the meeting held on Thursday September 11, 2014, with the Department of Game and Fish, RCCLA and Art Gallegos, at the Amalia Senior Center may have been considered an Amalia Neighborhood Association (ANA) sponsored meeting. We want to assure you that the ANA was not in any way involved in that meeting.
It is general practice to inform the community of our meetings via facebook, email and or the sign that is placed by the cemetery. Our sign is titled “Amalia Neighborhood Association Meeting” or “ANA Meeting”. If you are ever in doubt, please feel free to contact any of the board members.
We have also been informed that there was an article in the Taos News on Thursday September 11, 2014 which has made several people in the community angry. As mentioned above, the ANA was not involved then and are not involved now in this matter. It is the freedom of each of us to contact the newspaper and give them our story and it is up to them to decide whether or not they want to publish it.
Meet the Kit Carson team installing the fiber optics:
Steve Fuhlendorf & Jose Lovato
Thursday, 3/13 at 6:30pm Amalia Senior Center
Their intention is to update the community on the Fiber Optic install. Please spread the word to your Amalia neighbors, it is important as many people as possible come and hear 1st hand the exciting news and get all your questions answered directly from representatives of Kit Carson Telecom.
Hope to see you all there!
Taos Feeds Taos has been helping families for over 28 years and helps over 1000 families during the holidays. On December 2nd a representative for Taos Feeds Taos will be taking applications at the Amalia Senior Center for Christmas Food Baskets. Residents of Amalia, Ventero, and Costilla are welcomed to apply on December 2nd! Please share this information with anyone you know who may be in need this Holiday Season.
When: December 2nd
Where: Amalia Senior Center
Time: 9a.m. to 1p.m.
What you need to bring:
- Identification Card
- Proof of Income
- Utility Bill ( Proof of residency & mailing physical address)
For those who have been fortunate this year and would like to help Taos Feeds Taos by way of a donation or volunteering, please visit:
May the blessings of this Holiday Season be upon you and all you love!
**Attention Amalia area Vivian Vallejos got word from Commnet that the cell tower will be out tomorrow so there will be no cell service in the Amalia area.**
Thanks Vivian for letting us know!
Rio Costilla Valley Neighborhood Watch United Communities of Costilla, Amalia, Garcia, Ventero, and Costilla Meadows NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH MEETING LET’S BAND TOGETHER AND CONTINUE TO FIGHT CRIME AND MAKE OUR COMMUNITIES DRUG FREE AND SAFE FOR ALL IT’S RESIDENTS! WE HAVE POWER IN NUMBERS!
WHEN: Thursday, November 21st , 2013
WHERE: Amalia Senior Center
TIME: 6:00 PM
We will be holding the meeting in Amalia again this month in order to accommodate Robert Rivera. He is running for Taos County Sheriff and will speak and answer questions after our regular meeting. All other candidates for sheriff are welcome to do the same at our monthly meetings, the third Thursday of each month, one candidate per meeting please. Contact:
Tim Segura, Amalia 575/586-2275 email@example.com David Satrun, Costilla 575/586-1581 firstname.lastname@example.org
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