Highlights from the Week of March 14, 2022
There's a lot going on in the City Different!
A Santa Fe Hero In Ukraine
“This is standard operating procedure for Rollin Jones. The man has a heart the size of Santa Fe.” So says SFFD Chief Brian Moya of Rollin Jones, a Fire Inspector and Investigator who is currently using his annual leave to perform volunteer work for Ukraine through the Humanitarian Aid and Rescue Project. It's a group of emergency responders who extract victims from sites of destruction. Our admiration and hopes for his safe return know no bounds.
Way More Than Just Books
In addition to all of the other resources and services offered on an ongoing basis, the Library presents such an impressive array of programming that it can be hard to keep up with. That's why it's wise to check out the website and the calendar -- you don't want to miss out on interesting and useful opportunities. The current menu includes tax help, sing-alongs and story-times for children, bilingual events, readings, an upcoming artist reception, mindfulness 101, and Qigong classes.
Hiring as Fast as We Can!
The City has openings in various departments -- and is still offering the thousand-dollar hiring incentive!
The Human Resources job listing page is updated regularly. On this coming Saturday, March 26, there will be another rapid-hire event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Chavez Center, for the Public Works Department, summer recreation positions, and lifeguards. Please help to spread the good word!
Public Engagement Report
The City invites the public to a virtual presentation of the findings and recommendations of the extensive public engagement phase for Midtown Moving Forward. The report is a key outcome of the City’s commitment to engage community voices and to gather valuable input on the most consequential development of a generation in the life of Santa Fe. It's online on Tuesday at 5:30. Find details here and register to attend.
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