Notes for the May 10 and May 24 meetings of the Patagonia Town Council.
As Hermosa Project Ramps Up, Local Concerns Escalate
As the Biden Administration accelerated the permitting process for the Hermosa project, Patagonia Vice Mayor Michael Stabile said he was “shocked” by South32’s new projections of mine-related traffic impacts and concerned by its plans for dewatering. “They’re going to flood us with water and they’re going to flood us with trucks,” he said.
New Sonoita Business Shares the Country Life
With its fields of lavender, 14 goats and guest quarters, Wild Oak Farm is the culmination of Muriel Gardner’s childhood dreams.
SEFD Board Looks at 2023-2024 Budget Proposal
The $1.66 million budget reflects an increase in expenses and revenues, and no change in the district’s tax rate.
Significant Developments for South32’s Hermosa Project
The Biden Administration is fast-tracking the permitting process for the mining project. Also, South32 has released its traffic study for the Cross Creek Connector access route.
Wildfire preparation makes a difference, says SEFD Chief Marc Meredith. Here’s how you can do your part.
Adios, Container Wall
More than two dozen people, including Sheriff David Hathaway, gathered on April 2 to commemorate the removal of the shipping container border wall they had successfully organized against last winter.
Friends of Sonoita Creek Hold Annual Meeting
FOSC leadership offered a review of the last year, along with news of what’s to come.
Town Council Notes – May 2023
Notes from the April 12 and 26 meetings.
New BRN Director Takes Over
“There is not a place I would rather be right now doing this work,” said Dr. Rodrigo Sierra-Corona.