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Resolutions

Santa Fe County Commissioner Anna Hansen has introduced the following resolutions since taking office in January 2017.

2017 Resolutions Resolutions 18 Resolution 2019


2020

Resolution 2020-51
A Resolution to Protect and Enhance Pollinator Species and their Habitat throughout Santa Fe County

Resolution 2020-50
A Resolution Recognizing the County's Efforts to Reduce Disparities in Health Care and Public Safety

Resolution 2020-16
A Resolution Recommending Reform of the 1872 Mining Law to Protect Public Lands and Local Economies and Supporting the Hardrock Leasing and Reclamation Act of 2019

Resolution 2020-15
A Resolution Supporting House Bill 223, The Agricultural & Natural Resources Trust Act.

2019

Resolution 2019-154
A Resolution Supporting Federal Legislation to Designate Bandelier National Monument as a National Park and Preserve.

Resolution 2019-144 
A Resolution Supporting the Protection of Wildlife Corridors in the Upper Rio Grande Basin, Urging Congress to Adopt the Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act of 2019 and Expressing Support for the Santa Fe National Forest to Adopt and Establish the Caja del Rio Wildlife and Cultural Interpretive Management Area.

Resolution 2019-143
A Resolution in Support of the Appropriation of Funds by the New Mexico Legislature for New Mexico Grown Fresh Fruits and Vegetables for School and Senior Meal Programs and Related Education Programs for Schools and Farmers.

Resolution 2019-111
A Resolution Endorsing the Declaration of a Climate Emergency, Joining the Global Climate Strike, and Requesting Regional Collaboration on an Immediate Just Transition and Emergency Mobilization Effort to Restore a Safe Climate.

Resolution 2019-104
A Resolution Supporting the Eighth Annual Neighbor to Neighbor Food Drive in Coordination with the City of Santa Fe and The Food Depot and Authorizing the Use of County Facilities for the Collection of Non-Perishable Food Donations.

Resolution 2019-70
A Resolution Urging the U.S. Congress to Enact 'The Chaco Cultural Heritage Area Protection Act, S. 1079' to Withdraw the Federal Lands Around Chaco Canyon from Further Mineral Development and Ensure the Protection of Chaco Ruins and the Greater Landscape Surrounding the Chaco Cultural National Historical Park.

Resolution 2019-53
A Resolution Urging the United States Forest Service to Conduct a Comprehensive Environmental Analysis in Accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act Prior to Commencing the Santa Fe Mountains Landscape Resiliency Project.

Resolution 2019-43
A Resolution Requesting the U.S. Department of Energy Rescind or Substantially Revise Order 140.1 to Remove Restrictions on the Defense Nuclear Facility Safety Board's Access to Information. 

Resolution 2019-42
A Resolution Urging the New Mexico State Legislature to Enact the Healthy Soil Act, House Bill 204, During the 2019 Legislative Session and Directing Staff to Explore Ways to Incentivize Soil Health Improvements.

Resolution 2019-33
A Resolution Opposing the Environmental Protection Agency's and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Proposed Amendment to the Clean Water Rule Adopted in 2015 Defining Waters of the United States (WOTUS).

Resolution 2019-18
A Resolution Authorizing Santa Fe County to Join the Coalition of Sustainable Communities New Mexico ("CSC") as a Founding Member.

Resolution 2019-17
A Resolution Urging Congress to Clarify that the Rights Protected Under the Constitution are the Rights of Human Beings and not the Rights of Artificial Entities, and that Governments May and Shall Regulate Campaign Contributions and Expenditures to Protect the People from Corruption and Undue or Disproportionate Influence in Elections and Government; Asking that Congress Propose a Constitutional Amendment to Provide Such Clarification.

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2018

Resolution 2018-126
A Resolution to Support the New Mexico Rio Grande Trail Master Plan.

Resolution 2018-124
A Resolution in Support of State of New Mexico Legislature Initiatives and Administrative Actions that Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions through Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy Production, Water Conservation, and Watershed Management.

Resolution 2018-118
A Resolution in Support of the Appropriation of Funds by the New Mexico Legislature for the 'New Mexico Grown Fresh Fruits and Fresh Vegetables for School Meals Program' and Related Education Programs.

Resolution 2018-110
A Resolution in Support of Legislation in the 2019 Legislative Session to Authorize the Practice of Dental Therapy and Govern the Training and Licensure of Dental Therapists in New Mexico.

Resolution 2018-104
A Resolution Urging Full Funding and Permanent Reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund Prior to September 30, 2018.

Resolution 2018-103
A Resolution in the Interest of Protecting Our Lives, Land and Water from Radioactive Waste Risks.

Resolution 2018-70
A Resolution Supporting the Rio Grande Wildfire and Water Source Protection Collaborative Charter.

Resolution 2018-59
A Resolution in Support of a Pilot Residential Composting Program.

Resolution 2018-47
A Resolution Supporting the Seventh Annual Neighbor to Neighbor Food Drive in Coordination with the City of Santa Fe and the Food Depot and Authorizing the Use of County Facilities for the Collection of Non-Perishable Food Donations.

Resolution 2018-35
A Resolution in Support of 2018 Bike-to-Work Week and Associated Activities.

Resolution 2018-30
A Resolution Supporting Santa Fe Metropolitan Planning Organization Resolution No. 2018-01 which Supports Transportation Planning that Advances the Sustainability Goals in the 2015 Santa Fe County Sustainable Growth Management Plan and the City of Santa Fe 25 Year Sustainability Plan.

Resolution 2018-28
A Resolution Opposing the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management Proposed Repeal of its Methane Rule which was Intended to Reduce and Regulate Methane Leaking, Venting and Flaring From Oil and Gas Operations.

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2017

Resolution 2017-142
A Resolution to Support the 2018 Farm Bill Priorities as a Means to Securing a Regional Food System that is Just and Accessible for All Members of the City of Santa Fe and Santa Fe County Communities.

Resolution 2017-141
A Resolution in Support of the Appropriation of Funds by the New Mexico Legislature for the 'New Mexico Grown Fresh Fruits and Fresh Vegetables for School Meals Program.'

Resolution 2017-129
A Resolution Requesting that the New Mexico Environment Department Strengthen the Revised Los Alamos National Laboratory Cleanup Consent Order to Call for Additional Characterization of Legacy Nuclear Wastes; Requesting the Department of Energy to Request Increase Cleanup Funding From Congress, and Significantly Increase Safety Training; and Directing the County Manager to Transmit Copies of This Resolution to Associated Parties.

Resolution 2017-128
A Resolution To Undertake Legal Action Regarding the Opiate Epidemic.

Resolution 2017-127
A Resolution to Discuss with the City of Santa Fe City Council Modifications to the Annexation Settlement Agreement and Phasing Agreements.

Resolution 2017-84
A Resolution Supporting the Sixth Annual Neighbor to Neighbor Food Drive in Coordination with the City of Santa Fe and Santa Fe Food Depot on September 16, 2017 and Authorizing the Use of County Facilities for the Collection of Non-Perishable Food Donations.

Resolution 2017-68
A Resolution in Support of The Paris Agreement.

Resolution 2017-67
A Resolution to Recognize Agua Fria Village Association as a Community Organization for Agua Fria Community District.

Resolution 2017-47
Supporting the Studying of the Economic Benefits of and Ultimately Creating a Museum Commemorating the History of the El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro in Agua Fria Village.

Resolution 2017-24
Supporting Legislation Requiring Competitive Resource Procurement for Electric Utilities in the State of New Mexico. 

Resolution 2017-17
Supporting Legislation Adopting a Patient Safe Staffing Act Such as that Described in House Bill 288 and Senate Bill 281, as Introduced during New Mexico's 53rd Legislature's First Session, in Order to Address the Need for Safe Nurse Staffing Levels in Hospitals in New Mexico.  

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