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The Truth or Consequences (T-or-C) City Commission is scheduled to hold a regular meeting Wednesday morning, October 14. This session is set to convene at 9 am in the city commission's chambers, 405 West Third Avenue.

COVID-19 health restrictions continue to limit in-person attendance to a small number of citizens, commissioners, legal counsel and critical administrative staff.

To accommodate those unable to attend the October 14 meeting, the morning’s session will be broadcast live on KCHS Radio, 101.9 FM. Interested citizens may also attend electronically via computer, tablet or smartphone by visiting https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/806611917. Citizens may also join by phone at +1 (872) 240-3311 (access code 806-611-917). Other details about joining the meeting online may be obtained by contacting the city clerk’s office at (575) 894-6673.  

Written submissions for public comment will be accepted prior to the September 23 session. Statements may be submitted electronically to the City Clerk’s Office at (torcpubliccomment@torcnm.org), or by fax to (575) 894-7767. Written submissions will also be accepted through the Utility Office drop box, 505 Sims Street. 

Further information about the October 14 city commission meeting, including copies of the agenda when available, may be obtained through the T-or-C City Clerk's Office, 505 Sims Street, 894-6673. Additional information about this session, how to connect remotely and other municipal matters, is available online by visiting the city’s established website at www.torcnm.org.

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