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Commissioner De La Cruz Recognizes South Valley Resident Recently Named Ms. Woman United States

Trade Alliance Announces September Trade Mission to Spain

Trade Alliance Announces September Trade Mission to Spain

Arts Aces Honored

Commissioner treats straight-A students with year end party, goodies.
Art's Aces

Visit the Gateway Growers Market at Gateway Park

South Valley growers market features fresh, locally-grown produce, plants and crafts.
Growers market vegetables

BernCo’s Gutierrez-Hubbell House Joins National Register of Historic Places

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  • The South Valley Mini Clean-Ups are provided as a community service for the area residents. Please help us continue this important service to AREA households and respect the requirement that the service is NOT open to ANY type of business or commercial service:
    • Only those residents who live in the immediate area of the mini clean-up location and meet the requirements below are invited to participate
    • Residents will need to provide a form of residential address identification AND a county issued clean-up flier or notice of violation received from a Bernalillo County
    • The clean-ups will operate from 8 a.m. to noon only or until the dumpsters are full.
    • NO refrigerators or freezers will be accepted
    • Locations that will accept household hazardous or chemical waste are indicated with ‘HHW’
    • If you have questions or need more information about the mini clean-ups, please contact Anthony Vigil at (505) 848-1531
    • Please Note: If you have household hazardous waste and/or chemical waste that needs to be properly disposed of, please visit Advanced Chemical Transport (ACT Inc.) located at 6133 Edith Boulevard NE; for their business hours, call (505) 349-5220. To report graffiti in Bernalillo County, call 24-ERASE (243-7273) or e-mail 24ERASE@bernco.gov.
      HHW Accepted
    Location:
    Mountain View Community Center
    201 Prosperity SE

Commissioner De La Cruz’s Bio

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Commissioner Art De La Cruz is a life-long resident of the South Valley

What’s In District 2?

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Here’s what you’ll find in District 2.

Commissioner Priorities

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Here are the issues and policies Commissioner De La Cruz cares about most in District 2.
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