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CITY OF RIO RANCHO PUBLIC HEARING On October 28, 2021 the Governing Body will consider the approval of a Restaurant Liquor License with on premises consumption only with patio service for Application No. 1204972 for Tap N Taco, LLC. Dba Tap N Taco located at 1120 State Road 528 Rio Rancho, NM 87124. The meeting is scheduled at 6:00 pm. Protests may be presented at the public hearing or in writing to the City Clerk, City of Rio Rancho, 3200 Civic Center Circle. NE, 87144 or by email at clerk@rrnm.gov. /s/ Rebecca Martinez, City Clerk Journal: September 28, October 5, 2021 Left-red    Print Legal   Email-red   Published on: Tue September 28, 2021

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Big Mesa MDWCA Conchas Dam, New Mexico 88416 Separate sealed BIDS for the construction of Big Mesa MDWCA Dedicated Fill Line will be received by Big Mesa MDWCA at 299 Big Mesa Ave, Conchas Dam, New Mexico 88416 until 11:00 A.M. (Day Light Savings Time) October 29, 2021 and then publicly opened and read aloud. A Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on October 8, 2021 11:00 A.M. at 299 Big Mesa Ave, Conchas Dam, New Mexico This project is wholly or partially funded with United States Environmental Protection Agency funds, and therefore must comply with all federal cross cutter requirements. Neither the United States nor its department's agencies or employees is or will be party to this invitation for bids or any resulting contract. This procurement will be subject to all applicable federal regulations including the Davis Bacon Act requirements. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin. Bidders on this work will be required to comply with the President's Executive Order No. 11246, as amended. To ensure that Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) have the opportunity to compete for procurements funded by EPA financial assistance, all Bidders shall make the six good faith efforts as outlined by EPA at https://www.epa.gov/ sites/production/files/2013-09/documents/ six_good_faith_efforts.pdf The bidder must make a good faith effort to solicit and hire Disadvantaged Business subcontractors and suppliers to meet the goals outlined in EPA XP-215. A good faith effort requires that the Contractor: 1) Complete the affirmative steps outlined in XP-215, 2) Submit XP-215 with the bid proposal, 3) Submit with the bid proposal proof that affirmative steps have been taken and this should include copies of advertisements and letters of solicitation. A Bid Proposal that omits XP-215 or does not support that a good faith effort was made will be considered non-responsive and the Bid Proposal rejected. The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the following location: Miller Engineering Consultants, 3500 Comanche NE, Bldg. F, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107 Big Mesa MDWCA, 299 Big Mesa Ave, Conchas Dam, New Mexico 88416 Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained at Miller Engineering Consultants, 3500 Comanche NE, Bldg. F, Albuquerque, New Mexico, upon payment of $ 100.00 as a deposit for the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. All checks shall be made payable to the OWNER, as follows: Big Mesa MDWCA. Cash will not be accepted. This deposit is fully refundable to any PLANHOLDER who returns the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS in good condition within 10 calendar days of the Bid Opening. Journal: September 24, 28, 2021 Left-red    Print Legal   Email-red   Published on: Tue September 28, 2021

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RULE HEARING AND MEETING The New Mexico Board of Examiners for Architects (NMBEA) will conduct a public hearing and regular meeting virtually on October 22, 2021 at 10:00am. The purpose of the public rule hearing is to receive public input on proposed amendments to: 16.30.1 NMAC- General Provisions 16.30.3 NMAC- Registration and Renewal, Duplicate Certificates, Seal Specifications and Document Identification 16.30.4 NMAC- Code of Conduct 16.30.5 NMAC- Enforcement, and 16.30.7 NMAC- Licensure for Military Service Members, Spouses and Veterans The board will hold a regular board meeting following the public hearing. To obtain copies of the proposed amendments and information about attending the virtual meeting, please visit the Board's website: https://www.bea.state.nm.us/s/, or contact Melarie Gonzales, New Mexico Board of Examiners for Architects, P. O. Box 509, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504, or by electronic mail at nmbea@state.nm.us, or fax to (505) 476-4829. Interested persons may submit comments on the proposed amendments until 5:00pm, October 18, 2021 to the Board's staff at nmbea@state.nm.us or P.O. Box 509, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504. Additionally, interested persons will have the opportunity to submit their comments at the rule hearing. An individual with a disability who is in need of a reader, amplifier, qualified sign language interpreter, or other form of auxiliary aid or service to attend or participate in the hearing, please contact Melarie Gonzales at nmbea@state.nm.us. Journal: September 15 - October 14, 2021 Left-red    Print Legal   Email-red   Published on: Tue September 28, 2021

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The New Mexico Department of Health will hold a public hearing on the proposed repeal and replacement of rule, 16.11.3 NMAC, "Licensed Midwives". The public hearing will be held on November 4, 2021, at 9:30 a.m. via Cisco WebEx online, via telephone, and comments will be received via email through the conclusion of the hearing. The hearing is being held via internet, email, and telephonic means due to the concerns surrounding Coronavirus and in consideration of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's Executive Order 2020-004, Declaration of a Public Health Emergency, and any subsequent executive orders. Members of the public who wish to submit public comment regarding the proposed rule changes will be able to do so via video conference and via telephone during the course of the hearing, and by submitting written comment before the conclusion of the hearing. The hearing will be conducted to receive public comments regarding the proposed repeal and replacement of the current rule, 16.11.3 NMAC, concerning the licensing, scope of practice, and disciplining of licensed midwives. The proposed replacement rule is intended to provide greater clarity in existing regulatory and statutory requirements, to ensure continued high levels of professionalism among licensees, and to address recent statutory changes to revisions to the NM Criminal Offender Employment Act, Section 28-2-4 NMSA 1978. The legal authority authorizing the proposed repeal and replacement of the rule by the Department is at Subsection E of Section 9-7-6 NMSA 1978, and Subsections S and V of Section 24-1-3 NMSA 1978. Purpose of changes are listed below: 16.11.3.3 - Statutory Authority: To revise the section to reflect the statutory authority for the regulations. 16.11.3.6 - Definitions: The purpose of the changes is to clarify existing definitions to ensure clarity and better understanding by licensed midwives of terms used throughout the regulation. The purpose of the changes is to add the definitions of "client", "formulary", "national practitioner data bank", "permitting period", "portfolio evaluation process", and "student midwife" with the purpose of providing a detailed description to the licensed midwife of the processes within the regulation that will impact the licensee through the license process and in their daily professional work. The purpose is to expand on the definition of "contact hour" and "continuing education" in order to provide greater understanding to licensed midwives of sources for their required education credits. 16.11.3.8 - Documents Incorporated by Reference are the Latest Editions of: The purpose is to provide licensed midwives with references to the current guidelines, standards and core competencies to which they are required to practice pursuant to this regulation. 16.11.3.9 - Permits: The purpose of the changes is to set forth the clear distinction of procedural requirements for one of three processes for an apprentice or student midwife to care for New Mexico residents, to obtain renewal of permits and the process by which student midwives may obtain modified permits. 16.11.3.10 - Licensure: The purpose of the revisions to this section is to provide a more detailed explanation of the process of obtaining licensure, and renewal, reactivation and reinstatement processes in order to ensure better understanding of the process by applicants and current licensees, and to provide a detailed explanation of the contact hours for continuing education required for renewal of a license. Section C of 16.11.3.10 NMAC revises the license renewal schedule for the two-year term of licensure. Section G of 16.11.3.10 NMAC has changed the fees section to reflect a slightly higher initial fee and a penalty for late renewals. 16.11.3.11 - Disciplinary Action: In general, the purpose of the changes to Section A of 16.11.3.11 NMAC is to amend, clarify, and reorganize certain existing grounds for disciplinary action to ensure that complaints against licensees are evaluated and adjudicated in a fair and impartial manner that complies with due process while continuing to give the public confidence in this licensed profession. One such change has been made to the existing ground for disciplinary action for "obtaining, possessing, administering, or furnishing prescription drugs" to clarify where the applicable formulary may be located, to add that practicing midwifery without a valid "modified permit" may be grounds for disciplinary action, to add as grounds for disciplinary action the failure to care for a non-adherent client as required by department of health practice guidelines for New Mexico Licensed Midwives, and to add that verbally or physically abusing a client may be a ground for disciplinary action. Additionally, the rule adds new language governing consideration of criminal convictions in disciplinary actions, to comply with statutory changes to Section 28-2-4 NMSA 1978, has added conviction for misdemeanor offenses related to the practice of midwifery as grounds for disciplinary action, and added failure to report in writing to the division any complaint or claim made against the licensed midwife's practice in any jurisdiction in which they practice as a registered, certified or licensed health care provider. The purpose of adding a new Section B of 16.11.3.11 NMAC Non-Disciplinary proceedings is to provide a hearing opportunity for non-disciplinary license proceedings. The purpose of Section C of 16.11.3.11 NMAC Disciplinary proceedings changes are to provide additional information to the licensee of the notifications to be expected in the disciplinary process, to provide clarity on the hearing procedure to be followed under the Uniform Licensing Act, to advise the public and licensees of the regulation under which the department will keep a record of the number of complaints received and their disposition, to specify that any hearing is to be conducted by a hearing officer designated by the secretary, to provide clarity that a decision on any disciplinary proceeding will be final when the secretary renders a final administrative determination, to make it clear that final administrative decisions are reported to the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB), and to allow for reinstatement of a license revoked for non-compliance with the Parental Responsibility Act, Section 40-5A-1 to 13 NMSA 1978 upon presentation of a subsequent statement of compliance. 16.11.3.12 - Course of Education: The purpose of changes made to the section are to clarify for the license applicant what entry level skills, knowledge, and abilities are necessary to practice competently and to set forth with specificity the skills, knowledge, and clinical experiences needed. 16.11.3.13 - Examination: The purpose of the changes made to this section are to shorten the time to retake an examination after initial failure of the exam and increase the number of times per year that the division will administer the licensure examination. This will provide greater opportunity for an increased number of licensed midwives in the state and thereby increase their numbers in New Mexico to afford better healthcare to residents. 16.11.3.14 - Responsibilities and Scope of Practice: The purpose of the changes to Section A of 16.11.3.14 NMAC is to provide the licensed midwife with a more definitive scope of practice in a gender neutral manner, by providing for the healthcare of people without general health or obstetrical complications; to clarify the time for newborn care is up to six weeks of age; to provide that a licensed midwife may provide non-pharmacological family planning and routine reproductive health care with training and experience, to set out that the licensed midwife may purchase and use specific drugs and medications as outlined in the department-approved formulary set out in the department's practice guidelines for licensed midwives in New Mexico. The purpose of the changes to Section B of 16.11.3.14 NMAC is to increase the type of licensed professionals with whom consultation may be made to include certified nurse-midwives. The purpose of the changes to Section C of 16.11.3.14 NMAC is to provide clarity on what content an informed consent should contain and the responsibility to maintain a copy in the client records. The purpose of changes to Section D of 16.11.3.14 NMAC would change the terminology of the admission criteria section to the gender-neutral term "client". The purpose of changes to Section G of 16.11.3.14 NMAC is to add "stillbirths" as a reportable neonatal or maternal mortality reportable incident for a client for whom the licensed midwife has care for in the perinatal period. The purpose of changes to Section J of 16.11.3.14 NMAC are to change reporting from quarterly to annual reporting. The purpose of changes to Section K of 16.11.3.14 NMAC would set new informational obligations on licensees such as maintaining the current and accurate contact information on file with the department. 16.11.3.15 - Advisory Board: The purpose of the changes to Section A of 16.11.3.15 NMAC are to clarify the definition of the general public member and to allow the Board to recommend changes to the department's practice guidelines for New Mexico Licensed Midwives. The purpose of the changes to Section B of 16.11.3.15 NMAC are to increase the number of members of the general public to allow for better representation on the board by the residents who are served by the licensees. Any interested member of the public may attend the hearing and submit data, views, or arguments either orally or in writing on the proposed rule amendments during the hearing. To access the hearing by telephone: please call 1-844-992-4726. Your telephone comments will be recorded. To access the hearing via internet: please go to Webex.com; click the "Join" button; click the "Join a meeting" button; enter the following meeting number and password where indicated on screenMeeting number (access code): 2488 186 6556 #, Meeting password: vPWsJwAy728; click the "OK" button. You may also provide comment via Chat during the live streaming. Written public comment regarding the proposed rule amendments can be submitted by either mailing the comment to the following address: Abigail Reese Maternal Health Program Manager Family Health Bureau/Public Health Division 2040 S. Pacheco (Colgate Building) Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505 (505) 476-8866 Or preferably by e-mailing the comment to the e-mail address: Abigail. Reese@state.nm.us. Written comments must be received by the close of the public rule hearing on November 4, 2021. All written comments will be published on the agency website at http://nmhealth.org/about/asd/cmo/rules/ within three (3) days of receipt, and will be available at the New Mexico Department of Health Public Health Division for public inspection. If you are an individual with a disability who is in need of special assistance or accommodations to attend or participate in the hearing, please contact Sheila Apodaca by telephone at (505) 827-2997. The Department requests at least ten (10) days advance notice to provide requested special accommodations. The foregoing are summaries of the proposed rule. The proposed rule includes various additional substantive revisions not identified here. Free copies of the full text of the proposed rule may be obtained online from the Department's website at https://nmhealth.org/publication/ regulation/ Journal: September 28, 2021 Left-red    Print Legal   Email-red   Published on: Tue September 28, 2021

NOTICE OF EMERGENCY RULEMAKING The New Mexico Human Services Department (HSD) is issuing a temporary emergency rule to be effective October 1, 2021. The HSD is required to make changes to 8.102.500 of the New Mexico Administrative Code (NMAC), 8.106.500 NMAC and 8.139.120 NMAC. Each year the Department is required to make changes to the income and resource eligibility standards and the deduction amounts available to otherwise eligible households. These amounts are determined by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Food and Nutrition Services (FNS). The Department received notification of the adjusted amounts on August 16, 2021 and will make the adjustments effective for benefit month October 2021 for Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2022 to comply with federal law and regulations. The Department received the notice of the federal Cost-of-Living Adjustments (COLA) with less than sixty days to implement the changes to be effective on October 1 and has insufficient time to follow the regular rulemaking process. The Department is implementing an emergency rule to remain federally compliant as failure to implement beyond October 1 would place the Department in violation of Federal law. Regulations issued pursuant to the act are contained in 45 CFR Parts 200-299. Administration of the HSD, including its authority to promulgate regulations, is governed by Chapter 9, Article 8, NMSA 1978 (Repl. 1983). The emergency rule will remain in effect until a permanent rule takes effect under normal rulemaking process. The Human Services Register Vol. 44 No. 30 outlining the temporary emergency regulations is available on the HSD's website at: Income Support Division Registers Left-red    Print Legal   Email-red   Published on: Tue September 28, 2021

NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING Public Hearing. The New Mexico Public Education Department (PED) gives notice that it will conduct a public hearing on Friday, November 12, 2021 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. (MDT) in Mabry Hall, located in the Jerry Apodaca Education Building, 300 Don Gaspar Ave., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501. The location of the public hearing is subject to change due to concerns surrounding COVID-19 and in accordance with Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's Executive Order 2021-049, Renewing the State of Public Health Emergency Initially Declared in Executive Order 2020-004, Other Powers Invoked in That Order, and All Other Orders and Directives Contained in Executive Orders Tied to the Ongoing Public Health Emergency; or with any executive order that supersedes Executive Order 2021-049. Continuous updates on hearing changes and Zoom information will be provided on the PED website. The purpose of the public hearing is to receive public input on the proposed repeal of 6.29.11 NMAC, Social Studies, to be replaced with 6.29.11 NMAC, Social Studies; the proposed repeal of 6.30.6 NMAC, Suspension of Authority of a Local School Board, Superintendent, or Principal, to be replaced with 6.30.6 NMAC, Suspension of Authority of a Local School Board; and the proposed new rule of 6.60.11 NMAC, Required Training Program for School District Personnel, School Volunteers, and Contractors. At the hearing, the PED will provide a verbal summary statement on record. Attendees who wish to provide public comment on record will be given three (3) minutes to make a statement concerning the rule changes. Written comment will also be accepted at the hearing. Explanation of Purpose of Text The purpose of the proposed repeal of 6.29.11 NMAC, Social Studies, to be replaced with 6.29.11 NMAC, Social Studies, is to update the social studies standards. The purpose of the proposed repeal of 6.30.6 NMAC, Suspension of Authority of a Local School Board, Superintendent, or Principal, to be replaced with 6.30.6 NMAC, Suspension of Authority of a Local School Board, is to update the current department processes, procedures, and requirements related to the emergency or non-emergency suspension of a local school board by the secretary. The repeal and replace is designed specifically for local school boards. As such, any references to charter schools, governing councils, or suspensions related to school superintendents, principals, or charter school leader counterparts is removed from the proposed repeal and replace. The purpose of the proposed new rule of 6.60.11 NMAC, Required Training Program for School District Personnel, School Volunteers, and Contractors, is to align the new rule with the required ethical misconduct training program for all school district personnel, school employees, school volunteers, contractors, and contractors' employees outlined in the amended provisions of the School Personnel Act, Section 22-10A-32 NMSA 1978, from the 2021 legislative session. Summary of Text The proposed repeal of 6.29.11 NMAC, Social Studies, to be replaced with 6.29.11 NMAC, Social Studies, establishes the academic content and performance standards for social studies for grades kindergarten through 12. The social studies standards include six strands: (1) civics; (2) economics; (3) geography; (4) history; (5) ethnic, cultural, and identity standards; and (6) inquiry. The strands are organized by anchor standard, which are the core ideas that establish what students should understand and be able to do, with increasing complexity. Anchor standards consist of performance indicators, which are concise, written descriptions of what students are expected to know and be able to do in a specific grade or course. The proposed repeal of 6.30.6 NMAC, Suspension of Authority of a Local School Board, Superintendent, or Principal, to be replaced with 6.30.6 NMAC, Suspension of Authority of a Local School Board, includes: (1) the removal of any references to charter schools, governing councils, or suspensions related to school superintendents, principals, or charter school leader counterparts; (2) updates the current department processes and procedures related to factors the secretary can consider when determining if a local school board suspension is warranted; (3) clarifies the procedures for non-emergency suspensions; (4) details the procedures for emergency suspensions; (5) clarifies the hearing procedures for all suspensions; and (5) removes the requirement of periodic status reports. The proposed new rule of 6.60.11 NMAC, Required Training Program for School District Personnel, School Volunteers, and Contractors, includes the details of the new requirement for the mandatory ethical misconduct training program for all school district personnel, school employees, school volunteers, contractors, and contractors' employees within a specified time period. The proposed new rule also notes the mandatory training must address the following topics: child abuse and neglect, ethical misconduct, professional responsibilities, sexual abuse and assault, and substance abuse; and details the minimum training components will also include: reporting requirements, including minimal standards triggering reporting; trauma-informed instruction; identification of circumstances and factors that are indicators of likely child abuse or inappropriate behaviors; ethical misconduct; professional responsibilities; investigations and procedures; and relevant legal and regulatory definitions. Lastly, the new rule states that all school districts and public schools are required to maintain training records of those individuals who completed the training. Statutory Authorization(s): Sections 9-24-8, 22-2-1, 22-2-2, 22-2-14, 22-2C-3, and 22-10A-32 NMSA 1978. No technical information served as a basis for this proposed rule change. Public Comment. Interested parties may provide comment at the public hearing or may submit written comments by mail to John Sena, Policy Division, New Mexico Public Education Department, 300 Don Gaspar Avenue, Room 121, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501, by electronic mail to rule.feedback@state.nm.us, or by fax to (505) 827-6520. Written comments must be received no later than 5 p.m. (MDT) on Friday, November 12, 2021. The PED encourages the early submission of written comments. The public comment period is from Tuesday, September 28, 2021 to Friday, November 12, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. (MDT). The PED will review all feedback received during the public comment period and issue communication regarding a final decision at a later date. Copies of the proposed rules may be accessed through the page titled, "Rule Notification," on the PED's website at http://webnew.ped.state.nm. us/bureaus/policy-innovation-measurement/rule-notification/, or may be obtained from John Sena at (505) 570-7816 during regular business hours. Individuals with disabilities who require the above information in an alternative format or need any form of auxiliary aid to attend or participate in the public hearing are asked to contact John Sena at (505) 570-7816 as soon as possible before the date set for the public hearing. The PED requires at least 10 calendar days advance notice to provide any special accommodations requested. Journal: September 28, 2021 Left-red    Print Legal   Email-red   Published on: Tue September 28, 2021

NOTICE OF LIMITED REHEARING IN RULEMAKING Public Rehearing. The New Mexico Public Education Department (PED) gives notice that it will conduct a public rehearing on Friday, November 12, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (MDT) in Mabry Hall, located in the Jerry Apodaca Education Building, 300 Don Gaspar Ave., Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501. The location of the public rehearing is subject to change due to concerns surrounding COVID-19 and in accordance with Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham's Executive Order 2021-049, Renewing the State of Public Health Emergency Initially Declared in Executive Order 2020-004, Other Powers Invoked in That Order, and All Other Orders and Directives Contained in Executive Orders Tied to the Ongoing Public Health Emergency; or with any executive order that supersedes Executive Order 2021-049. Continuous updates on rehearing changes and Zoom information will be provided on the PED website. The purpose of the public rehearing is to receive input on the portion of the proposed rule amendment covering the omitted word in 6.29.1 NMAC, General Provisions, and, in particular, the department-approved English language proficiency screening assessment in Subsection M of Section 6.29.1.9 NMAC, General Provisions, where the word "screening" was omitted. At the rehearing, the PED will provide a verbal summary statement on record. Attendees who wish to provide public comment on record will be given three (3) minutes to make a statement concerning the rule change. Written comment will also be accepted at the hearing. Explanation of Purpose of Text The purpose of the proposed amendment to Subsection M of Section 6.29.1.9 NMAC, General Provisions, is to make a correction and include the omitted word "screening" from the previous amendment to 6.29.1 NMAC, General Provisions, which the PED formally adopted on December 15, 2020. Summary of Text The proposed amendment to Subsection M of Section 6.29.1.9 NMAC, General Provisions, includes the omitted word "screening" to Subparagraph (a) of Paragraph (2) of Subsection M of Section 6.29.1.9 NMAC, General Provisions, to read as follows: "English language learners. Students who have limited English language skills (i.e., students who are "English language learners") as determined by the department-approved English language proficiency screening assessment shall participate in the statewide assessment program. The following considerations specify how assessment shall be conducted." Statutory Authorization(s): Sections 9-24-8, 22-2-2, 22-2C-3, and 22-13-1.1 NMSA 1978. No technical information served as a basis for this proposed rule change. Public Comment. Interested parties may provide comment at the public rehearing or may submit written comments by mail to John Sena, Policy Division, New Mexico Public Education Department, 300 Don Gaspar Avenue, Room 121, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501, by electronic mail to rule.feedback@state.nm.us, or by fax to (505) 827-6520. Written comments must be received no later than 5 p.m. (MDT) on Friday, November 12, 2021. The PED encourages the early submission of written comments. The public comment period is from Tuesday, September 28, 2021 to Friday, November 12, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. (MDT). The PED will review all feedback received during the public comment period and issue communication regarding a final decision at a later date. Copies of the proposed rules may be accessed through the page titled, "Rule Notification," on the PED's website at http://webnew.ped.state.nm. us/bureaus/policy-innovation-measurement/rule-notification/, or may be obtained from John Sena at (505) 570-7816 during regular business hours. Individuals with disabilities who require the above information in an alternative format or need any form of auxiliary aid to attend or participate in the public hearing are asked to contact John Sena at (505) 570-7816 as soon as possible before the date set for the public hearing. The PED requires at least 10 calendar days advance notice to provide any special accommodations requested. Journal: September 28, 2021 Left-red    Print Legal   Email-red   Published on: Tue September 28, 2021

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS ONLINE NOTARY PUBLIC TRAINING & EXAMINATION SYSTEM IN NEW MEXICO SEPTEMBER 13, 2021 To request detailed information please send correspondence to the Authorized Representative: Justin P. O'Shea Email: justin.oshea@state.nm.us New Mexico Secretary of State's Office Attn: Justin P. O'Shea Re: RFQ01 325 Don Gaspar Ave Ste 300 Santa Fe, NM 87501 All correspondence including formal submissions should be sent to the Authorized Representative. Journal: September 16 - 29, 2021 Left-red    Print Legal   Email-red   Published on: Tue September 28, 2021

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RULE HEARING AND REGULAR BOARD MEETING The New Mexico State Board of Psychologist Examiners ("Board") will hold a public rule hearing on November 5, 2021, at 9:00 AM and following the rule hearing will convene a board meeting to adopt the rules and take care of regular business. The rule hearing and board meeting will be held in the Rio Grande Room, at the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department, 2550 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505. For those unable to attend in person, the rules hearing and board member will also be virtually available via CiscoWebex. https://nmrld.webex.com/nmrld/onstage/g. php?MTID=e5affd04f0c66c19b742bf809f7bd5928 Event Number: 2486 465 3194 Event Password: 64dRR8Y28Xn To join the meeting by phone: 1-415-655-0002 United States Toll Access Code: 2486 465 3194 Pursuant to its authority in Section 61-9-6, NMSA 1978, the Board is proposing the following amendments to the Psychology rules listed below to comply with the new state rules act and to provide for uniformity in the application of the rules, cleaning up definitions and removing similar language that appeared in more than one part, to add language to comply with SB-2, to add language to comply with HB120, and to add language to the prescription monitoring program requirements. 16.22.1 NMAC General Provisions; 16.22.2 NMAC Code of Conduct; 16.22.5 NMAC Psychologists: Application Requirements; Pro- cedures; 16.22.6 NMAC Psychologists: Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Supervised Experience; 16.22.8 NMAC License Expiration and Renewal; 16.22.10 NMAC Inactive Status and Reinstatement; 16.22.11 NMAC Complaint Procedures; 16.22.12 NMAC Psychologist Associates: Education Require- ments and Conditions of Practice; 16.22.13 NMAC Fees; 16.22.14 NMAC Licensure for Military Service Members, Spouses and Veterans; 16.22.20 NMAC Conditional Prescribing Certificate; Prescrip- tion Certificate: Health Care Practitioner Col- laboration Guidelines; 16.22.21 NMAC Conditional Prescribing or Prescribing Psy- chologist: Limits of Practice; 16.22.23 NMAC Requirements for Education and Conditional Prescription Certificate; 16.22.24 NMAC Application Procedures: Two-year Super- vised Practice; 16.22.25 NMAC Prescription Certificate: Application; Peer Review; Evaluation Outcome; 16.22.26 NMAC Graduates of the Department of Defense Psychopharmacology Demonstration Project; 16.22.27 NMAC Conditional Prescribing or Prescribing Psy- chologist: Formulary; 16.22.29 NMAC Conditional Prescribing or Prescribing Psy- chologist: Continuing Professional Education and Certificate Renewal; 16.22.30 NMAC Prescription Monitoring Program Require- ments; To obtain and review copies of the proposed rules you may go to the Board's website: https://www.rld.nm. gov/boards-and-commissions/ individual-boards-and-commissions/psychologist-examiners/ psychologist-examiners-rules-and-laws/, contact the Boards and Commissions Division at (505) 476-4622, or visit the board office located at 2550 Cerrillos Road in Santa Fe. A copy of the agenda for the board meeting will be available at least 72 hours prior to the meeting and will be posted on the Board's website. The agenda may also be obtained by contacting the Board office as noted above. The Board is currently accepting public comments on the proposed amendments. Please submit written comments on the proposed changes to psychologist.examiners@state.nm.us, or by regular mail to the Board at P.O. Box 25101, Santa Fe, NM 87504 no later than Thursday, October 28, 2021. Persons wishing to present their written comments at the rule hearing will need to provide 10 copies of any written comment or proposed language change for distribution to the Board members and staff. If you are an individual with a disability who is in need of a reader, amplifier, qualified sign language interpreter, or any other form of auxiliary aid or service to attend or participate in the hearing, please contact the Nicholas Henderson, Board Administrator at least ten days before the meeting at (505) 476-4622. Public documents can be provided in various accessible formats by contacting the Board office as previously indicated. Journal: September 28, 2021 Left-red    Print Legal   Email-red   Published on: Tue September 28, 2021

Navajo Housing Authority (NHA) Procurement Department INVITATION FOR BID RE-ADVERTISEMENT IFB #527 CONSTRUCTION SERVICES FOR SITE RETAINING WALLS, SIDEWALKS, AND FENCING AT LITTLE FOLKS DAY CARE CENTER IN NAVAJO, NM The Navajo Housing Authority (NHA) (hereinafter called the "Owner") invites all Licensed General Contractors to bid on the Construction Services for Site Retaining Walls, Sidewalks, and Fencing at Little Folks Day Care Center in Navajo, NM. Detailed information may be obtained via email to Doris Yonnie, Procurement Specialist, dyonnie@hooghan.org and requesting for the Re-Advertisement IFB #527 Construction Services for Site Retaining Walls, Sidewalks, and Fencing at Little Folks Day care Center in Navajo, NM. The Owner will receive Sealed Bids until 2:00 PM, (MDST) on October 06, 2021, via email at dyonnie@hooghan.org. Bids will be opened and publicly read aloud immediately after the specified closing time. Address any questions regarding this project in writing by September 27, 2021 at 2:00 PM (MDST) to: Doris Yonnie, Procurement Specialist, email dyonnie@hooghan.org. The NHA will not be accepting in-person or post office/courier submissions from Vendors on any solicitation responses effective, March 16, 2020, due to the COVID-19. This measure is a necessary step to ensure everyone's safety/health and to minimize the spread of the virus. Faxed bids will not be accepted. This invitation is not restricted to Navajo organizations and Navajo owned economic enterprises pursuant to 24 CFR 1000.48 (a) (2) of NAHASDA. Journal: September 22, 25, 28, Octboer 2, 2021 Left-red    Print Legal   Email-red   Published on: Tue September 28, 2021

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