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Valencia County Commissioner District 4

Member of a five-person commission that is responsible for the county government budget, county ordinances and resolutions, and zoning and business regulation in unincorporated areas, and sets policy for the operations of county government. Elected for a four-year term with no more than two terms in succession.Note: The district map we have available for this race is inexact. You may wish to view your sample ballot at NMVote.org to verify whether or not this race will be on your ballot.

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    Joseph Aaron Bizzell
    (Rep)

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    Charles Daniel Eaton
    (Dem)

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    David A Hyder
    (Rep)

Biographical Information

What abilities do you have that qualify you for this office?

What is your top priority, and how do you plan to address it?

What more can the County government do to improve public safety?

Should County government do more to address water availability and quality? If so, what would you support?

How should the County balance economic development and preserve quality of life?

What roles should County government take to improve infrastructure?

Should the County play a more significant role in planning for, communicating about, and responding to natural disasters? Why or why not?

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Campaign Mailing Address 2 Los Lobos Rd
Belen, NM 87002
Campaign Phone 505-362-2107
Occupation Retired.
Over 25 years of experience in County Government as an Elected Official & Employee. Probate Judge (1) term. County Commissioner (3) terms. County Fire Chief. (Retired)
Illegal dumping of the east and west Mesa. A comprehensive review of the solid waste management program.
Work closely with our sheriff and Fire Chief and thoroughly fund their needs to protect the community. Aggressively seek federal and state grants.
Yes ! I would work closely with both the state engineers office and the Middle Rio Grade Conservancy Board, To assure the residents have adequate drinking water and irrigation water.
The most important tool here is use of the comprehensive plan. It allows development in areas with proper designation and preservation in other area’s. Failure to utilize this plan will create the undesirable situations.
The county needs to have a long term infrastructure plan in place. The only way to fund these needs long term would be with long term funding requests to the State and Federal Government.
Absolutely !! It’s important that the County be involved though it’s Office of Emergency Management. For planning, training of local responders in the event of a disaster. And it prepares Our personal locally to work with state and federal agencies. Also enables us the ability to seek federal grants for equipment, preparedness.
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