Tuesday, the Curry County Commission will:
• Consider a resolution supporting development of the Tres Amigas power station in northern Curry County. Officials have said the power hub, expected to manifest after two years of studies and evaluations are conducted, will connect the nation’s three major electrical grids.
• Consider a resolution supporting House Bill 15, a bill sponsored by Clovis’ Anna Crook that would create an Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority to, “provide an organized structure to work with state, local and federal agencies to complete a water delivery system from the Ute Reservoir to local governments.”
• Discuss an audit for last fiscal year.
• Consider a resolution outlining compliance with the New Mexico Open Meetings Act.
• Review and approve commission committees for 2010.
• Consider a resolution establishing commission meetings at alternate locations for 2010.
• Discuss a study by the state transportation department regarding a traffic signal at U.S. 60/84 and Wheaten Road.
• Following the 9 a.m. meeting at the North Annex of the Clovis-Carver Library, the commission will reconvene in the courthouse for executive session. The agenda does not disclose the reason for the session.
— Sharna Johnson