Good afternoon everyone, Just a few updates about exciting things going on with CPAR!
Our Diaper Drive is still going, Please drop off diapers/pull ups to the CPAR office by Friday so we can get them taken to the Harley House. This will take care of one more thing on our Core Standards.
CPAR has gone mobile! We signed on for a probationary text alert system to get the news out to you. All cell phone numbers we have on file were added but if we missed you or you have changed your number you can sign up by going to our website, facebook or using this link. https://mobile-text-alerts.com/CPARNM We hope this helps everyone stay up to date with our events.
CASA Esperanza fund raiser is winding down. If you still owe or would like to donate please do so by this Friday so we can get the check written and sent to them as soon as possible.
Wednesday Meetings are somewhat going back to normal. Starting November 3rd meetings will be at 8:30AM. Alphabetically each office will be in charge of running the meetings starting with Berkshire. On the 3rd Wednesday of each month we will have a lunch meeting instead and will try to have guest speaker(s) to give us community updates. Please join us anytime you can!
Member Orientation dates have been set, they are on the CPAR calendar.
Tuesday October 21st 10AMSaturday November 20th 10amTuesday December 7th 5:30PMPlease keep in mind all Members are supposed to have this class when joining CPAR. If you have not taken it already, please plan on one of these dates. In accordance with Article 4 of our bylaws: Failure to satisfy this requirement within 90 days of the date of application (or, alternatively, the date that provisional membership was granted), will result in denial of the membership application or termination of provisional Membership.
Thank you and congratulations to the following Realtors:
Melissa Widner—Living In NM
Jennifer Atchey – Living In NM
Jessica Paz-Lombardi – EXP Realty
Meghan Foote – Re-Max
Melissa Widner—Living In NM
Sign up for the 2022 committees are going on now. Please contact myself or Kathy Segura and let us know which committee (s) you would like to serve on in 2022. We would like to see everyone involved in making CPAR the best it can be!
Please check out this video from NAR. https://www.nar.realtor/videos/bias-override-overcoming-barriers-to-fair-housing%23rtrn2021
Don’t forget local elections are upon us! Early voting is upon us. Check here for polling locations and times. https://www.currycounty.org/elected-officials/clerk-s-office/bureau-of-elections
This section will be available on all ballots. City Mayor Mike Morris visited with us during our Quarterly meeting about the LEDA funds. CLOVIS, N.M. (KAMR/KCIT) – Announced today, on Thursday Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed Senate Bill 49, an amendment to the Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) that “will allow
municipalities to utilize LEDA funds to incentivize retail. Mayor Michael Morris spearheaded this effort during New Mexico’s recent legislative session, and the bill was carried in the legislature by Senator Pat Woods (R), Senator Ron Griggs (R), Senator Liz Stephanics (D), Representative Kelly Fajardo (R) and Representative Randy Crowder (R).”
“Senate Bill 49 is vital to our area to support local retail in Clovis and prevent buyer leakage into
Texas,” remarked Mayor Morris. “I would like to thank Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and
our local delegation, including Senator Woods and Representative Crowder, for their support in
this effort. By incentivizing new retail and the expansion of existing retail under LEDA, we will
be able to expand Clovis’ economy and encourage the community to shop Clovis first.”
Melinda Proffitt, AEClovis/Portales Association of Realtors
2400 M Prince StClovis, NM 88101575-762-4608Office Hours:Monday 8am – 5pmWednesday 8am – 5pmFriday 8am – 5pm