The Comancheria movie makers will be returning to Clovis June 30th-July 2nd to complete their filming work. At the June 18th, 2015 Commission meeting, the Clovis City Commission approved the following closures relating to the movie:
June 30th, 7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Main Street between 9th and 14th Streets
July 1st and 2nd, 7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Main Street between 21st and 22nd Streets
Should you have any questions or comments regarding this matter, please contact the City Manager’s Office at (575) 769-7828.
As a result of recent rains, the City of Clovis Vector Control has been treating the community and surrounding area for mosquitoes each evening.
“Recent rains have created standing water in the community which, along with undergrowth and weeds has created a breeding ground for mosquitoes,” advised Mr. Pete Wilt, Building Safety Director. “The City of Clovis Vector Control is continuing to spray for mosquitoes in the evening hours when the wind is blowing less than 10 MPH. We would like to encourage the public to address areas on their properties that have standing water, undergrowth or weeds.”
The American Mosquito Control Association (ACMA) reminds the public to practice the “Three D’s” of mosquito prevention – Drain, Dress and Defend:
Drain: Remove standing water on your property which can be a breeding ground for mosquitoes
Dress: Wear long sleeves, long pants and light-colored, loose-fitting clothing
Defend: Properly apply a CDC recommended repellent such as DEET, picardin, IR 3535 or oil of lemon-eucalyptus.
The public can visit the AMCA website online for more information at www.mosquito.org. For questions or concerns regarding mosquitoes in your neighborhood, please call (575) 763-9641.
City of Clovis Mayor Lansford, District 4 Commissioners Chris Bryant and Tom Martin, together with Clovis’ new City Manager Larry Fry, will be holding a Town Hall for District 4 and area residents at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, April 28th at the Kingswood Methodist Church located at 2600 N. Main Street in Clovis.
As well as the Clovis Police Department giving a presentation regarding the availability of the Neighborhood Watch program in the community, the town hall meeting is also an opportunity for district 4 residents to interact with their commissioners to learn more and ask questions regarding projects the city is currently undertaking in district 4 or elsewhere in the city.
“We would like to invite our district 4 constituents to come and meet with us to share any questions they may have and discuss any concerns regarding matters effecting them in District 4, or the community as a whole,” advised Commissioner Chris Bryant. “We are here to represent the public and would like to ensure their municipal needs are being met.”
“As a relatively new commissioner, I would like to meet with our district 4 constituents to obtain their input regarding the work we are doing for them and to discuss their recommendations for future municipal projects,” advised Commissioner Tom Martin. “As a representative of the residents of district 4 it is important for us to let the public know that we are there for them to provide answers to the questions they have.”
Commissioner Chris Bryant: 575-799-3261
Commissioner Tom Martin: 575-760-8989