Monthly Archives: May 2018

New Mexico Confidential Address Program (CAP) For Victims

posted by: Dawn in Uncategorized

Victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or other crimes can keep their actual addresses secret with the New Mexico Confidential Address Program (CAP). This keeps residential locations of people private. So, if you are in the process of moving to

Continue reading

New Mexico Absentee Voting

posted by: Dawn in Uncategorized

Don’t miss out on New Mexico absentee voting, because lines at the polls can get long! If you’re not up to standing in line or won’t be physically able to make it to the poll, take advantage of New Mexico

Continue reading

How To Cancel Your New Mexico Voter Registration

posted by: Dawn in Tips

How do you cancel your New Mexico voter registration? Well, that depends on the scenario. Are you moving to another county within New Mexico? Are you moving out of state? Do you just want to cancel your voter registration for

Continue reading

What Is The New Mexico Native American Voting Taskforce

posted by: Dawn in Uncategorized

The New Mexico Native American Voting Taskforce makes recommendations to New Mexico Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver about Native American voting issues. The taskforce also advises and consults on issue facing Native American voters. Here are some topics that

Continue reading

New Mexico Residents: Handy Retirement Income Tax Calculator The Reflects 2018 Changes

posted by: Dawn in Angel Fire

New Mexico has the lowest property taxed in the entire country, but how will the new tax changes affect your retirement taxes? New Mexico taxes retirement income. Yet, the state also offers a deduction to any seniors below a certain

Continue reading

How To File A Voter Complaint In New Mexico

posted by: Dawn in Tips

Need to file a voter complaint in New Mexico? Most common voter complaints fall under the New Mexico Secretary of State’s authority. The Secretary of State investigates complaints related to the following portions of state and federal law: Election Code

Continue reading

Village of Angel Fire Implements Mass Notification System, Enroll Now For Free

posted by: Dawn in Uncategorized

The Village of Angel Fire implemented a Mass Notification System through Colfax County Emergency Management. It’s an enhanced emergency notification system. It lets residents living in the Village of Angel Fire receive calls should an emergency arise using numbers in

Continue reading

Angel Fire Fire Department Practices Helicopter Training, Help Prevent Fires, And Seeks Residents’ Input

posted by: Dawn in Angel Fire

Firefighters from Angel Fire, Eagle Nest and the Moreno Valley went through helicopter training last month.  You might have noticed if you were in Angel Fire checking out properties for sale. The Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Department and the Bernalillo County Fire

Continue reading

Find Your Dream Home Now:

Calculate Your Mortgage Payments!