CARRIZOZO COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER
Mondays with a listing of Daily Events – February 10th, 2020
Wednesdays with Ads and Notices
Fridays with Weekend Events
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For those of you who may not have heard, Gwendolyn Rogers is in the Lubbock Hospital, 4810 N. Loop 289, Lubbock, TX 79416, and she’ll be there for a little while. If you’d like to send a card, feel free to do that OR give her a call – she has her cellphone with her – 575-937-6555.
Mayor Ray Dean’s weekly sessions
will be on hold for a little while.
The Carrizozo Police Department has noticed a greater number of pet owners are not licensing their pets. These licenses protect you and the public. If your animal gets loose and is impounded, we will be able to find their homes and return them, and we will have their shot records on file in case the animal bites someone.
All dogs and cats are required by law to be vaccinated against rabies by going to a licensed vet. Pet owners who live in city limits then must go to the PD with proof of rabies vaccinations and obtain the city licenses for their animals.
City License fees are based on the duration of the Rabies Vaccination of the animal being licensed. There is no proration of any part of the fees.
1. A One-Year Rabies Vaccination carries a fee of $6 for spayed or neutered animals and $10 for animals not spayed or neutered.
2. A Three-Year Rabies Vaccination carries a fee of $15 for spayed or neutered animals, and $25 for animals not spayed or neutered.
Pet owners have a 60-day window to be in compliance with these laws and ordinances, after which, citations will be issued. If you want a copy of the ordinances, just come into the PD Monday – Friday between 8am to 12 noon and 1pm to 5pm and request a copy.
Captain Martin Valenzuela
BOOKMOBILE -- Wednesdays February 19, and March 18
Carrizozo @ Honey Girl’s Café from 12:30 – 2:00pm White Oaks from 2:30-3:30pm
Adobe Palace -- The Adobe Palace Antique Mall hours are Friday and Saturday 10am to 5pm. There is also an Art & Craft Supply Dept with an assortment of supplies including yarn, fiber, weaving tools, scrapbook, painting and beading supplies. Artisan Fleamarket is every Saturday (weather permitting) in front of The Adobe Palace from 12 noon to 4pm. Vendor space is $10. For more information call (575) 648-8200. We are located at 6479 Hwy 380 W. in Carrizozo (1/2 mile West of the Hwy 54 intersection). Come see this historic adobe structure and the 3,600 sq ft ballroom dance floor with full stage. Visiting The Adobe Palace is an Experience!
Now offering : "Stick & Poke" / Handpoked Tattoos
Madeline is excited to share her love of drawing and tattooing with Carrizozo!
If you have any questions and/or are interested in receiving a tattoo, please
reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will be here for the month of February!
On Monday, February 10th, a Budget Workshop will be held at 8:30 AM in the City Hall Conference Room. Guests are invited to attend but will not be allowed to participate…. The Carrizozo Monthly Town Hall meeting will be held Tuesday, February 11th, at 6 pm in the City Hall Conference room (see attached agenda).
The Lincoln County Land and Natural Resources Advisory Committee (LANRAC) will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, February 11, at 9 am at the Commission Chambers in the Courthouse in Carrizozo.
www.yourfreshestfood.com will be coming through on Tuesday, Feb 11th, around 11am-noon. Please reserve your produce boxes (large $40, small $30) and fresh cut fruit/veggie trays on www.yourfreshestfood.com.
CARRIZOZO COMMUNITY PUBLIC LIBRARY & ARCHIVE
406 CENTRAL AVENUE, CARRIZOZO, NEW MEXICO
Join Constance Nipper & Jay Brenner
as they speak about their journey from thought to print
Saturday, February 15, 2020, 2 – 4 pm
enjoy light refreshments Carrizozo Public Library
406 Central Avenue, Carrizozo, New Mexico
find Constance & Jay at AZKATZ PUBLISHING