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Gear up the family for Riverfest! Mayor Duckett and his guests talk about some history of the River Reach Foundation and what you can expect at Riverfest this weekend.

Looking for a great way to meet new people, network, or establish great business connections? Attend a monthly Focus on Farmington Coffee near you! Mingle with Nate Duckett, Jamie Church, Brad Purdy, and Sandy Gilpin on this episode of The Mayor's Table. Make sure to f...

The Glade Recreational Area is one of many outdoor playgrounds available to us here in San Juan County. These spaces are valuable economic capital as we all strive to diversify our economy. Let’s work together to keep our outdoor rec areas clean.

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In part two, of The Mayor's Table, Mayor Duckett, and his guests, State Senator Steve Neville and State Representative Rod Montoya, complete their discussion of the 2019 NM legislative session.

Did you miss part one? Click here to watch part one.

Many decisions were made at the 2019 New Mexico Legislative Session. Find out about some of these decisions and how they may affect us here in San Juan County, in part one of this two-part series of The Mayor’s Table, with special guests State Senator Steve Neville and...

While the economic forecast for us here in San Juan County May seem grim, know that leaders in our area are working around the clock to make sure we continue to grow and thrive. Learn about the possibilities as Nate Duckett and Warren Unsicker discuss “Farmington’s Fut...

Have you ever wanted to create a product for your small business? Or fabricate items for yourself or as a hobby? Perhaps a makerspace is right up your alley. Visit “The Big Idea” at San Juan College in this episode of The Mayor’s Table.

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Visitors can easily find special amenities by following local wayfinding signs. Find out about this project on this episode of The Mayor’s Table.

Please do your part by helping us promote the great things we have to offer recreational visitors here in San Juan County.

Don't miss out on part two of this two part series of The Mayor's Table:

Find out what is happening at this 2019 legislative session and also what transpired at the Public Regulation Commission meeting last week concerning Public Service Company of New Mexico’s wish to...

Part one of a two part series of The Mayor's Table:

Local leaders were in Santa Fe last week during the current Legislative Session and Public Regulation Commission (PRC) meeting. The PRC meeting was concerning Public Service Company of New Mexico’s wish to shutdown the...

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