Housing

Student housing rates increase for next year

394 Views   Considerable increase seen in the past four years The University of New Mexico’s Residence Life and Student Housing full-year contract rates are going up for the 2023-24 school year by $150 for traditional rooms and on-campus apartments, $80 and $120 for doubles and singles in suites, respectively, and

Fecha Limite para Solicitar Ayuda del Programa Fondo Impacto Comunitario

562 Views ¬†¬†The deadline to request $ 1,000 of aid from the ‚ÄúCommunity Impact Fund‚ÄĚ program is next Tuesday, September 28 before 5:00 pm To qualify, you must prove that your income was affected during the pandemic, you did not qualify for unemployment, you did not qualify for one or

Facing Eviction?: Talk To Your Landlord First

585 Views   As housing prices skyrocket, unemployment persists and wages are stagnant, housing security has become urgent. A federal judge last week struck down the CDC’s eviction moratorium. In New Mexico there are some local protections for renters, however, there are ways around those rules and many will soon expire. UNM law professor Serge

As moratorium end nears, PNM urges customers to apply for bill help

593 Views ¬†¬†ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.¬†(KRQE) ‚ÄstAs the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission voted to end the COVID-19 moratorium on shutting off electricity¬†as soon as August 12, 2021, PNM is now urging its residential customers to contact the company for help paying past due balances. PNM reports that about 43,000 customers can

NM Voices For Children Launches New Program Focused On The Environment

579 Views   New Mexico Voices for Children is launching a new program focused on the environment and public health. Executive Director James Jimenez shared news of the program and other policy issues the group is calling on state lawmakers to address in the upcoming legislative session.

$3.2 million in housing grants go to New Mexico pueblos

589 Views ¬†¬†NEW MEXICO (KRQE) ‚ÄstMillions of dollars in federal grant money is going to New Mexico pueblos.¬†According to the¬†Albuquerque Journal, the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding nearly $18 million in grant money to tribes across the country. Reportedly, $3.2 million is going to New

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