Thanks, Susan. put any comment or question in the chat
When you talk about groundwater, are you including the Buckman wells?
Are you including the pipeline in your modeling?
When I put in submit nothing happened. Can you get it to me again? Thanks
There was no opportunity to indicate that I look at the City and County’s websites.
You're right, thanks for the feedback that would have a been a good option to include.
Postal mail is probably the only medium that would reach every address in the City and County.
Radio can be very far-reaching, ensuring that the information is available in multiple languages
A postcard could announce what is upcoming. Bilingual.
I think we should use every possible channel, but my preferred method is to subscribe to issues/websites I am interested in and receive emails. My wife is a regular user of NextDoor, as are most of our neighbors.
Insert in the water bill was helpful.
I would like to use a website with archive information, video conferences, and scheduled meetings for tracking over time.
Social media works well. Another site is the Santa Fe Bulletin Board?
Update the City & County websites...maybe have a page (pages) for this planning process
Annual and/or semi-annual community meetings in consultation with neighborhood associations, NGOs, civil groups and the interfaith community
More and more people are using zoom for information / social interaction.
https://ilasantafe.orgThe Interfaith Leadership Alliance was established in 2007 to address social and economic injustice in our community. The ILA partners with schools, community agencies and social service organizations to bring greater resources and support to the Santa Fe community.
Thank you Ken!
Would it be possible for you to ask the participants what parameters/values should be included in the matrix for evaluation?
what is the plan to reach out to and receive feedback from the tribal communities that may have thoughts on the plan?
I would also like to talk about the threats to ground and surface water from pollution - specifically from LANL.
that there was a high percentage of the population involved.
Successful planning process presents the complexity of the hydrologic systems and considers the long-term impacts of each scenario
Sorry didn’t see last commenrt
I know there is a plan. I believe that the plan will benefit me. I will support the plan at the polls when called upon to do so.
I’m with ken. what is the plan? how much does it cost? what are the benefits? what are the associated co-benefits? if I can answer those questions at the end and explain them to my neighbors that success.
collaboration with neighboring and downstream communities like Cochiti Pueblo and Albuquerque to look at scenarios from a broader watershed level, with all the information we can incorporate, and to ensure consultation with all stakeholders
Just wondering... at what point are the city and county involved in the regional water plan required by the Interstate Stream Commission.
thanks very much to you all for organizing this!
or through https://www.santafenm.gov/water_division
Thank you all very much.