The City of Clovis will be hosting a meeting with Cabinet Secretary of Transportation Tom Church and House Transportation & Public Works Chair Representative Cathrynn Brown at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 at the Joe & Charlyne Sisler Youth Recreation Building located at 7th and Sycamore in Clovis. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss area state roadway concerns. A general discussion regarding state roadway infrastructure and programs will be included in the meeting together with a question and answer with Secretary Church and Representative Brown.
“I am looking forward to discussing area state roadway concerns with Secretary Church and Representative Brown,” advised Public Works Chairman, Commissioner Randy Crowder, Wednesday. “This is a tremendous opportunity to share the needs of our area with our state representatives and I am looking forward to meeting with them to see what common opportunities for improvement can be found.”
A quorum of City of Clovis and Curry County commissioners may be in attendance. Should you have any questions regarding this matter please contact the City Manager’s office at (575) 769-7828.
Griego and Sons Construction and the City of Clovis will be reconstructing the intersection of 21st and Norris beginning Monday, October 19th (weather permitting). This work will continue for at least three weeks. The intersection will be concreted to improve drainage and provide a smoother driving surface. The public is encouraged to seek alternate routes if possible and follow all work zone instructions.
If you have any questions please contact Griego and Sons at (575) 683-5400 or City of Clovis Public Works at (575) 769-2376.
The City of Clovis’ fall “Trek for Trash” cleanup has been scheduled for Saturday, October 17th, 2015. The event will begin at 8:00 a.m., Saturday, October 17th, 2015 at Parks and Recreation located at 500 Sycamore.
“Every year Trek for Trash has been supported by many volunteer groups and agencies both from the community and Cannon AFB and we have made great strides in cleaning up our town,” advised Commissioner Fidel Madrid, Chairman of the Parks, Recreation and Beautification Committee. “On behalf of the City I would like to encourage everyone to come and join in our Fall Trek for Trash.”
Trek for Trash is sponsored by the New Mexico Clean and Beautiful program and the City of Clovis. As in previous years, individuals or groups who would like to come and help clean up the community can sign up either before or on the day of the event.
For further information or to sign up before the event, please contact the City of Clovis Parks and Recreation Department at 575-769-7870.