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The City of Santa Fe is now accepting applications for four positions (three with voting privileges, one as an alternate who participates in discussions and can vote if a voting member is absent) on the Santa Fe River Commission. The Commission is an advisory group for the City on topics that relate to the management of the river, its riparian corridor, and the watershed.
The Commission was reinstated in 2006 to provide advice on various subjects such as the downtown river corridor and River Park (district master plan financing and implementation), the Santa Fe River Fund, repairs and improvements to the river and the arroyos, urban watershed health and function, vegetation management, target flow program, treated effluent management plan, and art along the river.
If you have interest and/or professional expertise in water issues and are willing to contribute to the health and well-being of the Santa Fe River, please submit your application. Be expected to dedicate a few hours per month on Commission agenda items and to attend the monthly meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month.
Please submit a letter of interest and brief resume to Zoe Isaacson, River and Watershed Project Administrator, City of Santa Fe Public Works Department ([bot protected email address],505-955-68530) You may also contact Commission Chair Rachel Kullman at [bot protected email address]. Please submit information within one month of this posting.
Application deadline: 5 p.m., November 30, 2021