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Editorial: City needs to ensure there are rules at The Cottages

The motto at The Cottages, a housing complex just three miles south of the University of New Mexico main campus, might be “your house; your rules,” but the reality since it opened just 13 days ago is there are no rules – until the cops show up.

Editorial: 4 of 5 PRC members don’t get public accountability

If you were a public servant entrusted with ensuring that New Mexico utilities and ratepayers get a fair deal, and you found out that instead of investigating a whistleblower’s allegations of Internet porn surfing at your place of employment your staff investigated the whistleblower, then tucked the investigation away in a horse trailer, then was fined $25,000, would you:

Editorial: APS right to pick Winter

When you are entrusted with putting the largest school district in the state — heck, one of the largest in the nation — back on a steady course it makes sense to go with experience and with what you know.

Candidate interviews start

Absentee voting begins Oct. 7 and early in-person voting Oct. 18 for New Mexico’s Nov. 4 general election.