County Spotlight Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins is asking the commission to support and approve three administrative resolutions that will ultimately help to reduce drug-related crimes, improve public safety, and decrease opioid deaths. Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins hosted women entrepreneurs and business leaders from seven countries to share best practices and success stories for women-owned businesses.Commission Vice Chair Steven Michael Quezada is scheduled to host a delegation of European local government leaders March 24 at the South Valley Economic Development Center. The group will tour the business incubator and explore BernCo’s successful public-private partnership that has sparked new small businesses in the area.Bernalillo County Open Space is now accepting applications for the Master Naturalist Program. The Bernalillo County Open Space Master Naturalist Program aims to instill the pursuit of lifelong learning and promote environmental stewardship. Participants are actively engaged through education and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources on Open Space properties. The second half of this year’s property tax bill is due on April 10, and county property owners again have many options to pay their taxes, Bernalillo County Treasurer Nancy M. Bearce said.BernCo Natural Resource Services Program will host a four-part series of workshops about septic systems. The first workshop on March 31, Unpermitted Septic Systems and Financial Aid for System Replacements, will cover the most frequently asked questions about unpermitted septic systems — who needs an evaluation, what is involved with the evaluation process, what causes septic systems to fail, how to apply for permits, if needed; and financial assistance.The Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution declaring Bernalillo County to be an immigrant-friendly county. The commission welcomes and encourages immigrants to live, work, and study in Bernalillo County and to participate in community affairs, and recognizes immigrants for their important contributions to our culture and economy.Bernalillo County Cultural Services and Bernalillo County Youth Services present “A Map of My Own, Personal Cartographies,” an exhibit featuring artwork by young women in the juvenile detention center and professional women artists mapping places both real and imagined. This collaborative endeavor engages young women from the detention center and women artists in a visual dialogue. Business leaders, entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders are invited to a free Breakfast Business Summit April 6 to learn about creating and sustaining a culture of success for organizations large and small. The event is sponsored by Commissioner Lonnie Talbert and coordinated by Bernalillo County’s Economic Development Department.