Groundbreaking for Phase I of the San Acacia Levee Project took place October 22, 2014. The project will replace 43 miles of spoil bank levees along the west bank of the Rio Grande from the San Acacia Diversion Dam to Tiffany Junction. The engineered levee will vary in height from 2 feet to 15 feet and […]
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A ceremony took place on September 2, 2014 at the National Guard Armory to transfer the ownership from the New Mexico National Guard to the City of Socorro. The Armory will be renovated into the City’s Convention Center. Mayor Bhasker and General Salas shake hands after signing over the deed. Attendees at the Ceremony. Councilman Peter Romero, Mayor Ravi […]