Highlights from the Week of September 13, 2021
There's a lot going on in the City Different!
SFCC Students to Get $400 Monthly
Mayors for Guaranteed Income Pilot Project
100 student-parents enrolled at the Santa Fe Community College have been selected as part of a Mayors for Guaranteed Income Pilot Project – the Santa Fe LEAP (Learn, Earn and Achieve Project) – and will begin to receive a basic guaranteed income later this month.
Funding for the pilot project comes from MGI, and donations are sought to expand the program to a second year and increase payments to $500. Learn about the program and how to donate here.
CHART Survey Online Now
Artful Life is pleased to announce the opening of the CHART Santa Fe online survey. Residents of the City and County of Santa Fe are invited to complete this three-question survey, which is available in English and in Spanish and on the CHART Santa Fe website at chartsantafe.com. The survey will be available until December 19, 2021. Please take the survey and share it!
Food: A Terrible Thing to Waste
Did you know that 30-40 percent of food in the U.S. winds up in the trash? Throwing that food away isn't just wasteful – it also contributes to the production of methane, a greenhouse gas, in our landfills. But, there are solutions! Check out our interview with a food waste/composting expert on the most recent ESD radio show for more info and tips on how you can help.
Take Part in Planning
The City is hosting the second Midtown Moving Forward Planning Sessions on September 23-25, giving community members a chance to learn about and weigh-in on alternatives for the physical development of the Midtown District. The City is also sponsoring a series of fun, creative, inclusive, and interactive events online and at the Midtown site throughout September and October. Click for more info and have a hand in planning the future of your hometown.
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