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Monday with the Mayor
Monday at 9:10am


Mayor Tom Battin
Village of Ruidoso, New Mexico

Mayor Tom Battin
TERM OF OFFICE MARCH 2010-14
132 CORONADO DRIVE
RUIDOSO, NEW MEXICO 88345
RESIDENCE: (575)  (575)
CELLULAR: (575)      
E-MAIL: Mayor Battin
 

 

 Join Ruidoso Village Mayor Tom Battin for the latest news and updates on the
 Village of Ruidoso. The Mayor would like to have Village residents participate by
 calling the show, at 258-1386.
 

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Tom Battin
TERM OF OFFICE MARCH 2014-18
132 CORONADO DRIVE
RUIDOSO, NEW MEXICO 88345
RESIDENCE: (575)  (575)
CELL: (575)      
E-MAIL: Mayor Battin
 


 

2016 Programs

Visit the archives: Click Here   Village Council
 

061316: Mayor Tom Battin: Village Update   Hear the Interview
The mayor offers an update on water, sewer,
Wingfield park and more...

Village Council Agenda Packet for 6-14-2016







 

060616 Guests: Village Manager Debi Lee, and Parks & Rec Director, Rodney Griego. Village Update
  Hear the Interview

 

 

 

 

 

Guests: Debi Lee, Village Manager, and Ron Senna, Deputy Village Manager
Topic: Budget and Projects    Hear the Interview
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042516                                   Guest: Rodney Griego - Parks & Rec  Update    Hear It

Website

Parks & Rec Info:

Parks Office: Facebook icon
535 Resort Drive
Ruidoso NM, 88345
Phone (575) 257-5030


 


Guests: Mayor Tm Battin, and Village Police Chief Darren Hooker    Hear It
The Mayor makes a surprise call-in. Chief Hooker offers a Village update on several issues.
Harvey asks him about the status of Sgt. Wade Proctor.   Hear the Interview

 

 

 


022916  Guests: Village Councilors Eby and Cornelius  Hear It
 
Village Election Information: Click Here
Ruidoso News:
Municipal Elections
In the Ruidoso municipal election, voters will be asked to authorize up to $3 million of general obligation bonds to be repaid from property taxes for the purpose of enlarging, improving or extending the production and distribution components of the village's water system. It would be the second in a rolling series of $3 million packages toward ensuring a future water supply in the village. Absentee voting will begin Jan. 26 and end at 5 p.m., Feb. 26. Early voting will begin Feb. 10 and end at 5 p.m., Feb. 26, at the village clerk's office. Those times and dates also apply to the other four municipalities in the county and their village clerks. Election day polling in Ruidoso is conducted at the convention center for all village precincts.


020816  Guests: Dep. Village Manager Ron Senna, Rodney Griego - Dir. Parks & Rec  Hear It
Village Election Information: Click Here

Ruidoso News - Municipal elections

In the Ruidoso municipal election, voters will be asked to authorize up to $3 million of general obligation bonds to be repaid from property taxes for the purpose of enlarging, improving or extending the production and distribution components of the village's water system. It would be the second in a rolling series of $3 million packages toward ensuring a future water supply in the village.

Absentee voting will begin Jan. 26 and end at 5 p.m., Feb. 26. Early voting will begin Feb. 10 and end at 5 p.m., Feb. 26, at the village clerk's office. Those times and dates also apply to the other four municipalities in the county and their village clerks. Election day polling in Ruidoso is conducted at the convention center for all village precincts.
 

012516 - Deputy Village Manager Ron Senna - Update & Candidate/GO Bond Elections  Hear the Update
Village Election Information: Click Here


Ruidoso News - Municipal elections

In the Ruidoso municipal election, voters will be asked to authorize up to $3 million of general obligation bonds to be repaid from property taxes for the purpose of enlarging, improving or extending the production and distribution components of the village's water system. It would be the second in a rolling series of $3 million packages toward ensuring a future water supply in the village.

Absentee voting will begin Jan. 26 and end at 5 p.m., Feb. 26. Early voting will begin Feb. 10 and end at 5 p.m., Feb. 26, at the village clerk's office. Those times and dates also apply to the other four municipalities in the county and their village clerks. Election day polling in Ruidoso is conducted at the convention center for all village precincts.