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8 HIDALGO COIJ NTY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3. 2010 I I Placing a classified ad in the Hidalgo County Herald is easy! Simply stop in at 212 E. Motel Drive, Suite B, in Lordsburg, or drop us a line at the same Ads may also be called in !o 575-542 8705 or e-mailed to hcherald@a A 25-word classified ad will only cost you $5.00. An}/additional words will be 5 each, I I I II FOR SALE HELP WANTED FOR SALE: Pre-owned Playstation 3 video games, like new. Huge selec- tion. 717 Arnold Street, 10 AM Satur- day, December 4. ltp REAL ESTATE FOR RENT FOR RENT: Spanish Arms Apart- ments is now accepting applications for rentals. Call 575-436-2574 or 575- 741-0846. tfnc ............................................ King Arthur's Apartments is now tak- HELP WANTED: Diesel Mechanic for truck and trailer repair. Own tools pre- ferred. Job located in San Simon, AZ. Call 520-7790-7990 or 520-235-0153. D3/j21 pcc ............................................ mg applicat~ f~.tr 1,2 and 3 Bed- room Apa~,Jlease pick up Southwest Regional Transit District Assistant Executive Director The Southwest Regional Transit Dis- trict is now accepting applications for an Assistant Executive Director. Suc- cessful candidate reports to the Ex- ecutive Director. Responsibilities in- clude providing support in areas of office administration, project manage- ment and grant compliance in a fast paced, often hectic environment. Strong computer skills are required, with experience using programs such as MS Word, Excel & PowerPoint. Candidates should have a relevant professional background, superio or- ganizational and clerical skills excel- lent command of English grammar, and the ability to work independently with minimum supervision. Candi- dates should be able to handle sev- eral projects simultaneously and have the ability to work with the public on a application at 428 W. Gale Street. O22/d I 0c Email us at hcherald@ aznex.net or give us a call at 575.542,8705 LE( NOTICE III Animas High School Boys Basketball 2010 November 23 vs. San Simon 6:30 November 30 vs. Valley Union 4:30/7:30 December 2-4 @ Cliff Roundup TBA December 7 vs Duncan 4:30/7:30 December 9-11 @ Cloudcroft Tourney TBA December 16 @ Lordsburg 5:00/6:30 January 4 @Duncan 4:00/7:00 January 6-8 @ Maverick Stampede TBA January 11 vs. Lordsburg 5:00/6:30 January 21 @San Simon 7:00 January 28 @Quemado 4:30/7:30 January 29 @Reserve 2:30/5:30 February 3 vs. Quemado 4: 30/7: 30 February 4 vs. Cliff 4:00/7:00 February l0 vs, Reserve 4:30/7:30 February 19 @ Cliff 4:30/7:30 TBA District Playoffs TBA March 5 1st Round of State TBA March 8-12 State Tourney Albuquerque I I I II I I Animas High School Girls Basketball 2010 November 23 vs. San Simon November 30 vs. Valley Union December 2-4 @ Lady Fiesta Tourney December 7 vs. Duncan December 9-j I @ Cloudcroft Tourney December 16 vs. Lordsburg January 4 @ Duncan January 6-8 @ Cliff Tourney January 11 @ Lordsburg January 21 @ San Simon January 28 @ Quemado January 29 @ Reserve February 3 vs. Quemado February 4 vs. Cliff February 10 vs. Reserve February 19 @ Cliff TBA District Playoffs March 4, 2011 1st Round of State March 8-12. 2011 State Tourney | 5:00 3:00/6:00 TBA 3:00/6:00 TBA 5:00/6:30 2:30/5:30 TBA 5:00/6:30 5:30 3:00/6:00 1:00/4:00 3:00/6:00 2:30/5:30 3:00/6:00 3:00/6:00 b elkl . utton ' e row 'onc e 'Ear l ose 5'l e RJ qs D nqles ]_oqos litan,um ,Lt} SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFERJ geared inside the Cotfta~e House, 4 E Motel ' ordsburg call 54 Holiday win Simonton Courtesy submission Santa's not the only one with a "naughty and nice" list this year. The experts at Simonton Win- dows have provided a list of daily basis. Strong people skills re- do's and don'ts for decorating quired. Bilingual helpful but not re- quired A two page resume and one vinyl windows during the hell- page cover letter may be submitted day season. "'Our windows are carefully to Kim Dominguez, Executive Direc- constructed to provide maximum tor, SWRTD, 1313 North Country Club, P.O. Box 1078, Deming, New energy efficiency, aesthetic ap- Mexico88031. Resumes will beac- peal and comfort for cepted until Monday December 6. homeowners," says Gary Pember, 2010at5:00pm vice president of marketing of D3c Simonton Windows. "To keep them in good operating condition II::[~.'11~[t]l/[~]:ll (and to keep your warranty valid) it's important to never drill into, NOTICE or puncture, the frame or sash of The City of Lordsburg Landfill CIo- your windows. Plus, in case of an sure and Post Closure Plan, approved emergency, egress windows by the New Mexico Environment De- should never be blocked by fur- partment (NMED) on August 30, niture or holiday decorations." 2002. required that the City of Santa's Simonton Elves got Lordsburg conduct quarterly meth- together to recommend the fol- ane monitoring for two years and lowing "naughty list" for win- yearly thereafter, at the former clews during the holiday season: Lordsburg Landfill * Never put nails or screws NMED Solid Waste Bureau has de- in a vinyl window frame to hold termined the Lordsburg Landfill is in up decorative lights or holiday compliance with the methane moni- wreathes. Also. do not glue, staple toring requirements of 20.9.5.9 NMAC or tape lights to a window frame. andthus reducedthe monitoring fre- * Do not place lit ca0dles quency from quarterly to annually, on a window sill, nor the edge or The City of Lordsburg welcomes pub- sash. Never decorate windows lic comment on this issue. Citizens may submit comments by letter to: with anything that could impede City of Lordsburg opening your windows quickly, 409W.Wabash in case you need to use the win- Lordsburg, NM 88045 dew as an escape route during an emergency. For example, don't Attn: Environment Dept. wrap garland ropes or artificial Comments may be emailed to: pine branches around the window environmental.dept @ cttyoflordsburg_.ora hardware. or by telephone at 575-313-3894. * Do not place real pine Comments will be accepted for a pc- branches or cones on the window riod of 30 days from the date of this frames or sill. Fresh pine sap can public posting, leave nasty stains after the holi- D3c day season is over. Realistic, arti- ............................................ ficial pitle is usually available at CHANGE OF MEETING NOTICE craft stores around the holidays. The regular monthly meeting of the * Although tempting, do Hidalgo Soil and Water Conservation not spray "fake snow" from acre- District Board held on thethirdTues- sol cans on your windows. The day each month has been changed "snow" residue can be hard to re- for the monthof December.Thenew move after the holidays and can meeting date is Monday December hamper the operation of your 6, 2010 at 5:00 PM to be held at the window if it sticks into the sash USDA Office located at 405 Duncan or hardware. Hwy, Lordsburg, NM 88045.The "nice list" of ways win- dows can be highlighted during d3c the holidays include: Affix suction cups on the AUCTION window glass to hang glass orna- The following vehicle will be put up for merits, plastic snowflakes or glass public auction on Thursday, Decem- icicles so that light can come ber 10. 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at Miller through the windows to enhance Auto the decorations. Sales and Service, 428 East Motel * Hang small wreaths on the Drive, Lordsburg, New Mexico. inside of a double or single hung 88045,575-542-9332. window by using suction cups 1990 Chevrolet Suburban with hooks. Clear fishing line to VIN#: 1GNGV26K9LF157295 loop the wreath gently over the . ~3,100.00 window hardware. 1994 Astrovan * Swags of garland or ever- VIN#: 1GNDM19ZORB120242 green wreaths outside the home $2,700.00 may be put up best by affixing to n26/d3c the siding of the house and not to ............................................ windows themselves. PUBLIC NOTICE * Bay and bow windows are Regular Meeting the ideal location position a Christmas tree for maximum Public notice is hereby given that the regular meeting of the City Council viewing, from both the interior and the exterior of the home. and the Housing Commission of the * Make your curtain rods City of Lordsburg, New Mexico will work during the holidays. Re- t)e held on Thursday, December 9 at move the curtains and hang or- 5:30 o.m. in the Council Chambers at naments from the existing rods on 409 W.Wabash Street. A complete different lengths of fishing line agenda will be available 24 hours ;~dor or colorful curling ribbon. to the meeting. * No curtain rods? Just add If you need an accommodation of a some inexpensive tension curtain disability to enable you to fully partici- rods to the top or middle section pate, please contact City Hall 48 hours of your windows. Hang decora- before the meeting at 575-542-3421. tions from the rods with fishing /s/Frank M. Rodriguez line or garland. Decorate the rods Mayorthemselves with holiday ribbon D3/10c or fabric. GPS YARDAGE $39.99 REAL WEST CINEMA Daily 6:00 Fri & Sat Late 9:00 Daily 6:30 Fri & Sat Late 8:45 Sat & Sun Matinee I:00 Sat & Sun Matinee 2:00 ~lllJ~lllll I mill [~lIHl '~ll ~I] lk~4Rl I I I I I l I I li,~l ~ I Coming Soon: Unstoppable II g tips from * Encourage children to sm help decorate the windows with Simonton was also ranked static cling holiday window#1 in quality in the 2009, 2007, stickers. The peel-and-stick tem- 2002 and 1998 Brand Use Stud- porary decorations are ideal for ies sponsored by Builder maga- putting your home in the hell- zinc and has won three Best In day spirit. Class Awards currently admin- Simonton Windows pro- istered by LBM Journal Re- duces ENERGY STAR quail- search Institute. fled replacement and new con- Founded in 1946, struction windows and doors, Simonton's hallmark has been including a line of impact-re- to deliver its made-to-order sistant products. Simonton products in five days or less. ranked "Highest in Builder and Part of the home and security Remodeler Satisfaction among business of Fortune Brands. Inc. Residential Window and Patio (NYSE: FO), Simonton deliv- Door Manufacturers" in the J.D. ers award-recognized products Power and Associates 2010, nationwide to key markets 2009. 2008 Builder and throughout the 48 continental Remodeler Residential Window United States. Simonton is a and Patio Door Satisfaction founding sponsor of The StudySM: The company also Weather Museum and a sup- ranked "Highest in Customer porter of Homes for Our Satisfaction among Residential Troops. For information, call Window and Patio Door Manu- (800) SIMONTON (1-800- facturers" in the J.D. Power and 746-6686) or visit Associates 2010 Windows and www.simonton.com. Patio Doors Satisfaction Study BEFORETHE NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION IN THE MATTER OF AN INQUIRY INTO PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF NEW MEXlC(;;) -TNMP SERVICES' RATES IN 2011 Case No, 09-00008-UT ) ) ) REVISED ORDER SETTING HEARING DATE THIS MATTER comes before the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission ("Commission") upon its own motion. Being duly apprised in the premises, THE COMMISSION FINDS AND CONCLUDES: 1. This case was initiated by the Commission on its own motion by the issuance, on Apd128, 2010, of its Order Establishing Mediation. As set forth in that Order, under the terms of a Stipulation aplbroved by the Commission in Case No. 04-00315-UT, none of the Signatories to the Stipulation, which in- cludes Public Service Company of New Mexico ("PNM), could seek or sup- port any change in PNM's cost of service rates to the PNM customers that were previously served by Texas-New Mexico Power Company (the "PNM South customers") that would go into effect prior to January 1,2011. The Stipulation further provides that the Signatories could not support combining the cost of service rates PNM charges to its PNM South Customers and its other customers (hereinafter referred to as the PNM North customers) after December 31,2010 that would require a shift in annual revenue requirements from the PNM South Customers to the PNM-North Customers of greater than $1.5 million per year. See Case No. 04-00315=UT, StipulatiOn, 11. Thus, under the Stipulation, PNM could file an application to change the rates for its PNM South customers on a stand-alone basis, assuming the Commission imposes a nine-month suspension period, at anytime on or after April 1,2010. 2. In anticipation of that rate filing, the Commission initiated this pro- ceeding to explore whether there are any measures that can and should be taken to mitigate the rate increases that were anticipated to proposed by PNM for the PNM South Customers. On June 1,2010, PNM submitted that rate filing in Case No. 10-00086-UT, which proposed an increase of approximately 22% for the PNM North Customers and an approximately 20% increase for the PNM South Customers. 3. Although the Commission initially attempted to have this matter re- solved through mediation among all interested parties, those efforts proved unsuccessful. Thus, the Commission, on March 4, 2010, issued its Order Initiating Investigation By Requiring Informational Filing ("March 4 Order"), which formally commenced an investigation into whether and how the antici- pated rate increases to the PNM South Customers could be mitigated. In response to the information that was filed pursuant tc the March 4 Order, the Commission, on May 26, 2010, issueo its Order Setting Hearing, Establishing Procedural Deadlines and Designating Hearing Examiner ("March 26 Or- der"). In that Order, the Commission determined to proceed to hold a hearing in this case, focused on the issues of whether the allocation of 50% of a certain generating facility, the Affon facilities, and 50% of the fuel costs and related transmission costs of that facility, and the allocation of none of PNM's baseload units (the Four Corners, San Juan and Pale Verde Units 1 and 2) to the PNM South Customers, and is and continues to the just and reasonable and in the public interest. 4. Although the March 26 Order set a hearing date of July 14, 2010, the Commission subsequently changed that hearing date to July 21,2010, and then vacated that hearing date until further Order of the Commission due to the press of other matters at the Commission. 5. The Commission has determined that the hearing in this case should now be scheduled for December 16, 2010. 6. Although the Commission has previously required PNM to cause notice of this proceeding to be published in a number of newspapers, in order to encourage the greatest number of potentially interested parties to partici- pate in this proceeding, the Commission should extend the deadline for the filing of motions to intervene to December 13. 2010, and require PNM to cause a copy of thid Order to published in the Albuquerque Journal, the Silver City Daily Press and Independent, the Alamogordo News, the Ruidoso News, and the Hidalgo County Herald, by ne later than December 3,2010. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED: A. A public hearing in this case will be held beginning at 2:30 p.m. on December 16, 2010, at the Commission's offices, PERA Building, 1120 Paseo de Peralta, 4th Floor Hearing Room, Santa Fe, New Mexico, for the purpose of receiving evidence, arguments and any other appropriate matters related to this proceeding. The proceeding may be conducted during evenings and the intervening weekend of this period, consistent with the scheduling impera- tives of this case. B. Any person who desires to intervene to become a party to this case, other than the parties in Case No. 04-00315-UT, must file a motion to intervene pursuant to 1.2.2.23.A and 1.2.2.23.B NMAC, by no later than De- cember 13, 2010. C. Any interested person may appear at the time and place of hearing and make written or oral comment pursuant to 1.2.2.32.A(2) NMAC without becoming an Intervenor. Interested persons may also send written com- ments, which shall reference Case No. 09-00008-UT, to the Commission at the address set out below. All such comments shall not be considered as evidence in this case. New Mexico Public Regulation PERA Building 1120 Paseo de Peralta Santa Fe, NM 87501 [3. Interested person should contact the Commission for confirmation of the hearing date, time and place, since hearings are occasionally resched- uled. E. Any person with a disability requiring special assistance in order to participate in this proceeding should contact the Commission at least 24 hours prior to the commencement Of the hearing. E This Order is effective immediately. G. Copies of this Order shall be emailed to all persons on the attached Certificate of Service if their email addresses are known, and if not known, mailed to such persons via regular mail. H. This Order is issued by the Chairman or single Commissiorler in accordance with 1.2.2.30.B NMAC. ISSUED at Santa Fe, New Mexico, this 24th day of November, 2010 NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION SANDY JONES, COMMISSIONER D3c