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07-14-2010 SUMMARY Vision 2040 Advisory Committee Meeting DAC Multipurpose Meeting Rooms/Chamber—Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Committee Present: See sign-in sheets attached to this summary Agenda Item Discussion Action Meeting Start 6 05 p.m I. Preliminary Paul Michaud recapped the relationship of the regional plan to Informational General Business other types of plans. He reviewed the main comments from the Advisory Committee at their June meeting and highlighted the staff revisions to the Introduction and Planning Concept chapters based on their comments. He noted the group will find an outline of the factors included as a strength, weakness, opportunity or threat in the current draft. He continued this outline and the questions posed are provided to jump start subcommittee discussion II. Subcommittee The subcommittees discussed the revisions to the Introduction Discussion Break Out and Planning Concepts in advance of the Steering Committee recommendation III.a Steering All seven Steering Committee members were present. Renee Suggested Committee Frank chaired for Rose Garcia of the Housing/Community Design Changes to Recommendation subcommittee. Bob Hearn chaired for Steve Newby of the Inter- Chapter 2 &3 Government/Economic Development subcommittee. Chairman Mattiace asked each member to provide their subcommittee comments on Chapters 2 and 3 Kevin Bixby for Environmental/Natural Hazards: • List flood control as a weakness. • Recommend moving aging flood control infrastructure as a threat. Add 'unplanned'development in floodplain as a threat. Add dangers of overgrazing/removal of vegetation as a threat due to increased flood danger • Emphasize strength of public lands that provide open space, mostly natural lands that will stay that way for a long time. Emphasize our natural resources are a strength. Add as strength the growing arts community • Agree agriculture is strength. Add as threat or weakness negative aspects like odor, 100% of the surface water reserved for agriculture resulting in river can't flow year round, and pesticides and fertilizers detract from quality of life Renee Frank for Housing/Community Design: • Under strength, change'visibility' to'view shed' This is an asset that needs to be protected • Emphasize as weakness high drop out rate. This has ramifications with economic development, housing, poverty, etc. • Do not think the lack of a level 1 trauma center within county is a weakness since trauma center within 50 miles. Recommend taking off as weakness. Page 1 of 5 • Population growth is not a threat. Threat is uncontrolled development. This has implications for infrastructure i e stretches our resources. • Under weakness—infrastructure note that region has sprawl and communities that we can't serve effectively because they are stretched out too much. Bob Hearn for Inter-Government/Economic Development: • Add weakness of K-12 education because of budget cuts, underperformance • Note as strength government because it provides stability to the community • Aerospace is both a weakness and strength, concerns development is encroaching on WSMR, but it is also a draw to the community • Need to be careful regarding private property right conflicts with development. • Job growth,we have higher unemployment. • Emphasize as strength culture. Culture occurs outside Las Cruces. • Question health care as a strength Region developing a pretty good system but needs to grow • Infrastructure is overgrown, and needs help Opportunities to do more • Transportation improvements needed across county Available transportation funding may dry up soon. • Include under opportunities, economic development via Santa Teresa border crossing • Under opportunity, expand on region's nature-based tourism and highlight retirees as an industry • Recessions have negative effect on tax revenue, but provide a ready workforce • Suggest use term 'workforce' housing instead of 'affordable' housing. • Public safety concerns tend to be more local versus spill- over from Juarez. • Add water quality threats, not only quantity Judd Singer for Community Facilities/Utilities/Water- • Echoed government as stable employer w/good source of community services. • Aerospace strength in providing high tech jobs/training • Include agriculture strength for new growth industries such as bio-fuel and exports such as pecans. • Agrees that region has had a more stable employment than other communities during recession. • Recreational opportunities from open space strength • Emphasize indigenous popular culture. • Health care strength due to reasonable access to good health care, such as Ben Archer, County, State, etc. • Include public lands as strength. • Fragmentation of infrastructure as weakness. • Flood control due to lack of funds as weakness. • Distances to travel and between communities create a weakness in providing transportation. • Emphasize opportunity on biomass, solar, geothermal. • Delete threat of 2008 recession or mention recessions in general. • Note that government fee increases affects affordability Page 2 of 5 of housing. • Threat of population growth relates to the difficulty in keeping pace on infrastructure such as electric, roads etc. • Public safety is a threat on major roadways like 1-25 as a corridor to smuggle drugs. • Threat on water is cyclical drought. • Disagrees with term 'unplanned'development. Land owners plan, bigger concern is release of public lands. David Barnhart for Land Use/Transportation/Air- • Echoed other subcommittee addition K-12 weakness. • Government is a threat and strength, e.g if NASA cut jobs threat to economy Need more private industry • Move job growth under opportunity Have had increase in unemployment but that means there is an available workforce Long term it creates a better picture. • Include a clear definition of colonias. These provide an opportunity for people to buy property • Suggest air quality is a strength and not weakness compared to places like Los Angeles. Non-attainment is way federal government defines 'particulate matter' etc. • Weakness on transportation is east-west connections • Impact fees and over regulation have made housing unaffordable He defines affordable as being able to buy not rent. For most people their wealth is not in savings, it's in their homes. • Population growth is opportunity Leapfrog development due to public lands not available for development. Had to skip over these areas. Need to identify public lands close to city that could be released • Water strength is we're pumping half as much as we were 30 years ago. • Natural environment is strength, public lands will remain that way Chairman Mattiace noted that it's important that what's in the plan is based on evidence and facts, not emotional statements Ill.b Steering David Roewe Public Committee Public We don't have uncontrolled development. All Comment Comment development goes through planning and zoning, council/commission. Not true that there is a lack of infrastructure. Developers have to build the roads in order to build subdivision. • Urges everyone to get specific about their claims and make sure emotional statements not in the plan. Example —contaminated water Where's the proof Be educated concise, clear and accurate on what we put in plan Ben Woods • He wanted to address earlier comment about agricultural interests not represented in this plan. He stated they are Peggy Shinn • From a staff perspective, uncontrolled development is really illegal development. The amount of development that goes on by families dividing land, don't submit to regulations that are in place. This should be a piece of the dialogue Page 3 of 5 Valerie Beversdorf • Regarding agriculture, all the water in the river is allocated. If this is a threat, let's put it plan River, from a water rights perspective, is not a public resource. • Agree aging flood control facilities a threat. Flood protection and regional approach is a big issue This should be a threat and/or weakness. Cathy Mathews • Development can be a threat to natural environment even when done legally because habitat, travel corridors, nodes, etc are threatened • Open space is strength, but this strength is being threatened IV Break Group decided not to take a break. None V Subcommittee See available separate summary sheets for discussion by the five Discussion Break Out (5)subcommittees attached to this summary The subcommittees began discussion on Chapter 4, Issues. The subcommittee of Environmental Resources/Natural Hazards and Housing/Community Design discussed Chapter 4, Issues together VI. Subcommittee Inter-governmental Cooperation/Economic Development, Presentation Presentations Bob Hearn,Vice Chair • Need to keep the entire county in mind • There can never be too much intergovernmental cooperation_ • Address the large amount of government land compared to private land can push up price of land • An issue on water use is fragmentation of users and providers. • Suggest changing 'Air Use'to'Air Quality' • Need to make sure environmental resources are not compromised throughout county • Need coordinated storm water management. • We do have and can see climate change • All over county there are transportation needs. Need to work together to get funding, plan and implement. • Community facilities listed focus on unincorporated county • Unified services throughout county needed on water contamination issue • Work with state and national preservation agencies, but don't overdo Community Facilities& Utilities/Infrastructure&Water, Valerie Beversdorf,Vice Chair • Valerie offered to edit the introductory paragraphs and the flooding/flood control system paragraphs under Natural Hazards • Comment that water issues seem to be in several places in the plan,consolidate them into one area. • Plan focuses on bacteria and sediment as a water quality issue, issue is more salinity, arsenic, and fluoride. Land Use&Transportation, David Barnhart,Chair • Suggest those areas"nodes"that have a tendency for growth should be identified for development purposes. Page 4 of 5 Gave example of undeveloped government land near urban area and development jumping over that area. Identify public lands that can be used for private development. • City over the years has had lands donated for parks. Can't afford to develop Suggested releasing them for development. • Noted impact fees in Las Cruces that are not in the county This creates incentive to develop in the county • Natural market conditions generally take care of itself Gave example of La Mesa developed on its own. Encourage smooth flow of development without impacting private property rights Environmental & Natural Hazards, Kevin Bixby,Chair • It would be useful to add trends to land use snapshot section. For example, average lot size, rate of conversion to/from agriculture, employers coming/going, etc. • Suggest title section 'Water'versus'Water Use' • Suggest title section 'Air Quality'versus'Air Use' • Include trends to water snapshot section For example, change in per capita water use county percentage on sewer versus septic, etc. • Add issue on all of surface water is appropriated for agriculture This affects future water supply for communities and natural habitat. • Add expected impacts on climate change on our water supply NMTech has published a report. • Under Water Quality Issues, add contamination • Include agriculture and industrial growth has impact on air quality Dairy industry mentioned as big impact • Emissions standards need to be developed to monitor and lessen impact of growing industries and populations. • We should commit to encouraging clean industries. • Natural Hazards was not discussed. Housing&Community Design, Renee Frank,Vice Chair • Good changes taken place. Example technology that can be applied to"where are we going and how do we get there." • Address renewable energy and need to plan for that infrastructure. • One of the major costs of home ownership is the cost of energy If we address this, it will help make home ownership more affordable. VII. Public There was no public comment. Public comment during the Public Comment Steering Committee is under Agenda Item III Comment VII.Concluding Paul Michaud noted that all the groups appeared to run out of Informational General Business time discussing Chapter 4, Issues. He noted that the Steering Committee will meet prior to the next meeting to go over items for the August meeting. There were no announcements. VIII.Adjournment 9,00 p m. Page 5 of 5 SUMMARY 2040 Sub-Committee Meeting for Community Facilities, Utilities & Water DAC Multipurpose Meeting Rooms&Chamber—Wednesday, July 14,2010 Subcommittee Present: Judd Singer(Chair), Valerie Beversdorf(Vice Chair), Catherine Mathews, Karl Wood and Richard Haas Staff Support: Paul Michaud, Roger Hedrick BOCC Karen Perez Agenda Item DiscussionAction Subcommittee 7 55 p m. Break Out Start 1 Introductions Subcommittee Chair Judd Singer opened the meeting He Informational welcomed everyone and thanked Commissioner Perez for her interest and participation. 2. Comments on Little discussion occurred relating to Chapter 3—Planning Informational Ch 2—Regional Concepts. The focus in Chapter 2—Regional Planning Planning and Ch 3 was the SWOT analysis A number of comments were —Planning received that would be passed on to the Advisory Concepts Committee by Subcommittee Chair Singer The Advisory Committee meeting was then reconvened with the various subcommittees providing their reports. 3. Ch 4 Regional Chair Singer called for comments on Chapter 4 Valerie Beversdorf Issues Discussion followed but only on the topic of Water Staff volunteered to rewrite noted that significant work remains to identify Regional the Regional Water Issues concerning Community Facilities and Issues section. Utilities/Infrastructure prior to the August meeting. The Advisory Committee meeting was then reconvened with the various subcommittees providing their reports. 4.What's Next? At the next meeting the Subcommittee will complete its Informational review of Ch. 4 Regional Issues concerned with community facilities, utilities and water Review will begin on the Goals. 5. Next Meeting August 14, 2010, 1-4 p.m. Subcommittee 8:30 p m. Meeting End SUMMARY 2040 Sub-Committee Meeting for Land Use, Transportation and Air DAC Multipurpose Meeting Rooms&Chamber—Wednesday, July 14,2010 Subcommittee Present: David Barnhart(Chair), David Roewe(Vice Chair), Ted Scanlon for A.K. Khera, and Majorie Burr for Bonnie Burn. Staff Support:Tom Murphy, Luis Marmolejo Agenda Item DiscussionAction Meeting Start 7 55 p m. 1 Introductions 2. Comments on Refer to points noted under Item III, Steering Committee Ch 2&3 recommendation In addition, there were the following points. • NMSU/DACC is a major employer • Government is a weakness—too dependent for jobs • Short-term unemployment and underemployment is a threat • Add information on low per capita income • Add agriculture is mostly low income jobs • Some subcommittee found air quality is a threat to economic development in south valley, a weakness, and others a strength for people moving here for better air from other places • Regional opportunities exist for regional connections on transportation • Regarding natural environment strength/opportunity hiking, camping and recreation is an opportunity for area; developing trails along arroyos and river; highlighting cultural resources like Paleozoic Trackways • Most of the subcommittee suggested to strike the threat regarding natural resources and indicate this as a strength in the area • Portillo mountain section of wilderness bill mentioned by some as a threat Refer to points noted under Item VI, Subcommittee 3. Review Ch 4 Presentations Issues In addition, there were the following points: • Encourage infill and maximization of utilities and infrastructure • Encourage residential areas near employment and commercial areas 5.What's Next? Continue review of Ch. 4 at the next meeting 6. Next Meeting August 12, 2010 Meetin End 8:30 p m. SUMMARY 2040 Sub-Committee Meeting for Housing & Community Design Environmental Resources & Natural Hazards DAC Multipurpose Meeting Rooms—Thursday, June 10, 2010 Subcommittee Present: Renee Frank(Vice Chair), John Villescas, Thomas Hassell, Kevin Bixby(Chair for Environmental/Natural Hazards), and David Almaguer for Office with Office of Emergency Management(LEPC) Staff Su ort:Jonathan Kesler,Vincent Ban as, Carol McCall, Dennis Smith Agenda Item DiscussionAction 11 and V Meeting Start 7 55 p m. 1 Introductions Strengths 2. Comments on • Higher Education—NMSU, Dona Ana Community College Ch 2& 3 (should specifically state these institutions) • Federal, State and local governments—major employer, clean industry with higher salaries than the county average. Allows easier access to grants, services by the public. Brings more job stability to region. • Aerospace—Spaceport and military research facilities which include WSMR, PSL, UAV, Ft. Bliss, Holloman AFB High Tech jobs and training to region Impacts virtually all social aspects such as housing,job creation, commercial/industrial support, etc. • Agriculture—can fit the other 3 categories as well, but does provide research opportunities and thus, positive impacts overall. • Diversity of the labor market(changed from Job Growth)— Diversity helps job growth. • Climate-mild climate attracts higher-income retirees. • Natural Resources and Open Space—for outdoor activities, much of it federal or state lands. Improves quality of life, but may impact provisions for emergency services(access, longer routes) • View sheds—Change Visibility to View Sheds. Highly prized • Culture—Strong arts community in Las Cruces. Emphasize indigenous popular culture. • Health care—good hospitals,within 50 miles(80 kms)of a Level 1 trauma center Indigent care may impact fiscal capacity of hospitals and thus may be considered a threat. Weaknesses • Limited infrastructure—due to open space, and sprawl. • Agriculture—Lands in cultivation threatened by development Flood control—old earthen dams and other inadequate flood control structures impose restrictions on non- agricultural development. Mismanaged wetlands contribute to increased flooding. Opportunities • Transportation—increase E/W routes for better access. • Natural and cultural resources—development of recreational facilities, such as new trails. Development of two new parks in the area. Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park and Prehistoric Track ways National Monument. • Arts Community—continued growth. • Primary and Secondary Schools—nurturing them,working on raising graduation rates. Threats • Growth/Development Pressures—may contribute to sprawl,flooding and inadequate provisions for infrastructure(EPE stresses)and the management and maintenance thereof Greater efficiency in handling these pressures needed • Recessions—direct impact on GRT • Affordable housing—add increase in predatory lending and underwriting restrictions made more severe. Also, government fee increases often adversely impact affordability • Natural Enviornment—Development impacting habitat corridors • Water—add drought cycles • Public Safety—increases in crime may be due to economic hardships and inappropriate solutions by individuals. 3. Review Ch 4 Refer to points listed under VI Subcommittee Presentations Informational Issues 5.What's Next? 6. Next Meeting August 14, 2010, 1-4 p m. Meeting End 8:30 p.m. SUMMARY 2040 Sub-Committee Meeting for Intergovernmental Cooperation & Economic Development DAC Multipurpose Meeting Rooms&Chamber—Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Subcommittee Present: Bob Hearn (Vice Chair), Charles Scholz, Bill Mattiace, Renee Blotske Staff Support: Eric Montgomery, Janine Divyak Others Present: Peggy Shinn Agenda Item DiscussionAction Meeting Start 7 55 p.m 1 Introductions 2. Comments on Refer to points listed under Item III, Steering Committee Ch 2&3 Recommendation Refer to points listed under VI Subcommittee 3. Review Ch 4 Presentations Issues 5.What's Next? Continue review of Ch 4 at the next meeting 6. Next Meeting August 12, 2010 Meeting End 8 30 p m Vision 2040 Advisory Committee Sign-in Sheet- July 2010 Print Name Present Entity Indicate if Proxy) (check) Address Phone E-mail American Institute of Richard Haas 1042 S Main St, Las Cruces NM 88005 575-525- rhaas(a-zianet.com Architects / 2000 American Society Landscape Cathy Mathews r 1904 Amis Ave, Las Cruces NM 88005 575-541-2592 cmathews@las-cruces.ora Architects t Anthony Berino Economic Development Corp Building Industry Associatio David Ro a 2825 N Main Street, Las Cruces NM 575-526-6126 daverCaDbiasnm.org 88001 Building Sector Ju i P O Box 16097, Las Cruces NM 88004 575-650-7377 Jsinger0270-msn.com V Bureau of Land Management Jennifer Montoya 1800 Marguess, Las Cruces,NM 88005 575-525-4316 Jennifer Montoya(Mnm.blm.gov City of Anthony(P&Z) City of Las Cruces(P&Z) Charles Scholz 2125 Huntington, Las Cruces NM 88011 575-522-5372 cscholz@zianet.com City of Sunland Park(P&Z) Maria Torres 1000 Mcnutt Suite A, Sunland Park NM 915-820-3996 mjtorres3883Cc_vahoo.com 88063 Colonias Development Diana Bustamante 1050 Monte Vista Ave Las Cruces NM 575-647- dbustamante@zianet.com Council 88001 2744 Dona Ana Arts Council Pb Box 1721, Las Cruces NM 88004 575-523-6403 Dated:July 14,2010 1 Vision 2040 Advisory Committee Sign-In Sheet-July 2010 Print Name Present Entity Indicate if Proxy) check Address Phone E-mail Dona Ana County(P&Z) Bob Hear 4970 Baylor Lynn Rd, Las Cruces NM 575-635-1757 hearnrha--gmail.com � 88011 Dona Ana County Farm& Greg Daviet 4020 N Hwy 26, Las Cruces, NM 88005 575-524-9206 greaO-thedaviets.com Livestock Bureau Dona Ana County Local Emergency Planning Committee Downtown Las Cruces Steve Newby 6760 Cordova Cir, Las Cruces NM 88005 575-525-1955 snewby@zianet.com Partnership EI Paso MPO Mike Medina 10767 Gateway Blvd West, Ste 605, EI Paso, 915-591-9735 mmedina(Melpasomm.org TX 79335 x17 Elephant Butte Irrigation Vale 'e Beve orf 530 South Melendres Street 575-526-6671 valerie(a)_ebid-nm.or4 District - / Las Cruces, NM 88005 x450 ETZ(P&Z) kGaenzo ca / 439 Upton PI, Las Cruces NM 88001 575-646-9170 jvillescas@psl.nmsu edu V Financial Sector 6718 Pueblo Vista, Las Cruces NM 88007 575-496-3082 gj151(a)comcast.net Fort Bliss Leonard Wells Ft Bliss, Bldg 1, Pershing Rd, Ft Bliss,TX 915-568-7829 leonard.wells )us.army.mil 79916 Gadsden School District Steve Suggs P O Drawer 70, Anthony NM 88021 575-882-6241 ssuaQs(5_)oisd.k12.nm.us Governor's Task Force on Claudia Moncada-Trueblood 1280 Medpark Dr, Las Cruces NM 88005 575-523-7577 cim@dioceseoflascruces.org Our Communities,Our Future Dated:July 14,2010 2 Vision 2040 Advisory Committee Sign-In Sheet -July 2010 Print Name Present Entity (Indicate if Proxy) check _ Address Phone E-mail Green Chamber of Renee Frank 5414 Angel Fire Ct, Las Cruces NM 575-496-7727 renee aa..ReneeFrank.com Commerce 88011 Hatch School District PO Box 790, Hatch, NM 87937 575-267-8201 bcokerCcDhatch.kl2.nm.us Hispano Chamber of 3530 Foothills Road, Ste E, Las Cruces NM (575)-532- officeC�hisaanochamberlc.org Commerce 88011 9255 Housing Authority Tom Hassell 926 S San Pedro, Las Cruces NM 88000 575-528- thassellno.mvpha.org 2005 Las Cruces Association of David Barnhart 409 Lupton Place, Las Cruces NM 575-405- dfbarnhartOmsn.com Realtors �/ 2841 Las Cruces Chamber of Bil attiace 2460 Missouri Ave, Las Cruces NM 575-522-1182 williammattiace@yahoo.com Commerce ` 88001 Las Cruces Public Schools Herb orres 505 S Main St, Ste 249, Las Cruces NM 575-527- htorres@lcps.k12.nm.us 88001 5981 League of Women Voters Bonnie Burp P O Box 8322, Las Cruces NM 88001 575-524- burnbO-comcast.net 8683 Mesilla Valley Economic Kiel Hoffman 505 S Main St, Ste 134, Las Cruces NM 575-532-7520 khoffman@pioneerbnk.com Development Alliance 88001 National Society Professional 755 S Telshor Blvd Ste F-201, Las Cruces, 575-532-1526 akkheraCaD-ziaeec.com Engineers %CD �/� NM 88011 New Mexico State University Ben Woods PO Box 30001 -MSC SVP Las Cruces, NM 575-646-2356 benwaead.nmsu.edu 88003 Dated:July 14,2010 3 Vision 2040 Advisory Committee Sign-In Sheet-July 2010 Print Name Present Entity Indicate if Proxy) check Address Phone E-mail New Mexico Water Karl WoodNM WRRI,MSC 3167, NMSU, PO Box 30001, 575-646-4337 kwoodawrri.nmsu.edu Resources Research Institute Las Cruces, NM 88003 NM Rural Water Association Quality Growth Alliance Dr Douglas Hoffman 9477 Wind Dancer, Las Cruces NM 575-993-4504 douglas.hoffmanl@gmail com 88001 Ranching-Agriculture Tom Mobley P O Box 417, Dona Ana NM 88032 575-526- tommobleyCaD-fastwave.biz 2112 Southwest Environmental Kevin Bixby 275 N Downtown Mall, Las Cruces NM 575-522-5552 kevin .wildmesouite.org Center ✓ 88001 State Land Office Dennis Garcia P O Box 1148, Santa Fe NM 87504 505-827-5866 dgarcia@slo.state.nm.us Student-Gadsden School District Student-Las Cruces School District Student-Hatch School District Tierra del Sol Housing Rose Garcia 880 Anthony Drive, Ste C3, Anthony NM 575-882- rgarcia@tierradelsolhousing.org Corporation 88021 3554 Town of Mesilla(P&Z) Dated:July 14,2010 4 Vision 2040 Advisory Committee Sign-in Sheet - July 2010 Print Name Present Entity Indicate if Proxy) check Address Phone E-mail Village of Hatch(P&Z) 575-496-4692 mayorCcDvillageofhatch.ora White Sands Missile Range Renee Blotske TEDT-WS-CSPS, 100 Headquarters Ave, 575-678-5029 renee.blotske@us.army.mil �- Rm 8,White Sands NM 88002 i Dated:July 14,2010 5 Vision 2040 A visory Committee Sign-in Sheet-July 2010 Print Name Present Entity Indicate if Proxy) check Address Phone E-mail K C re L T)A Karry Fe�� 6055 donaaricCauna or 1,120 &Y;7-7-900 y Dated.July 14,2010 Vision 2040 Subcommittee Sign-In Sheet-July 2010 Las Cruces Association of Realtors David Barnhart(Chair)" 40, .i ' _ Building Industry Association David Roewe(Vice Chair)" EI Paso MPO Mike Medina < National Society Professional Engineers 51 �a 7"t &AJ 1=fi Financial Sector Gary Lenzo 6 Quality Growth Alliance Dr Douglas Hoffman 7 Las Cruces Public Schools Herb Torres > { & Ranching-Agriculture Tom Mobley 9 League of Women Voters Bonnie Burn �.nP;ati�F .itzw r }11I-A-5 r_4jC1tf_S1 PPD iU •�12 9� 14' 5 15 Environmental 1 Southwest Environmental Center Kevin Bixby(Chair)` Natural Hazards 2 Bureau of Land Management Jennifer Montoya(Vice Chair)- 3 Dona Ana County Farm&Livestock Bureau Greg Daviet 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 UpVo ing__, Tierra del Sol Housing Corporation Rose Garcia(Chair)' Community;Design,. Green Chamber of Commerce Renee Frank(Vice Chair)— 13 ETZ Planning&Zoning Commission Commissioner John Villecas Housing Authority of Las Cruces&Dona Ana Tom Hassell County �1 Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance Kiel Hoffman l� At 1Ui Dated:July 14,2010 Vision 2040 Subcommittee Sign-In Sheet-July 2010 " i?riitlitlt1 Building Sector Judd Singer(Chair)' tJtititieslrif�asfrciettire Elephant Butte Irrigation District Valerie Beversdorf(Vice Chair)* '!1 1/Fti American Institute of Landscape Architects Cathy Burr Mathews NM Water Resources Research Institute Karl Wood American Institute of Architects Richard Haas Sunland Park Planning&Zoning Commission Commissioner Maria Torres 7� 8 9 1.` R:; 1`2y 13 e� rnmenf"I Downtown L`as Euces Parfne�ship S�e`ve I�ew�y(G`hairji� Witoctii 2y Dona Ana County P&Z Commission Commissioner Bob Hearn(Vice)— � ;evelopmer f .331 New Mexico State University Ben Woods 4) White Sands Missile Range Renee Blotske to Gadsden School District Steve Suggs Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce Bill Mattiace A ,T City of Las Cruces(P&Z Rep) Charles Scholz AA v 1 CL-C * Subcommittee Chairperson ** Subcommittee Vice Chairperson A Steering Committee Chairperson AA Steering Committee Vice Chairperson Dated:July 14,2010