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To better learn the needs of the county, President Mary Ann Sedillo of the New Mexico Association of Counties met with local officials and senior management Tuesday at the Community Building.
Sedillo received the NMAC Soaring Eagle Award at this year’s final board meeting in Socorro Oct. 8 for her service and efforts to improve the quality of life for all New Mexico citizens.
“I’m visiting all 33 counties in the state to learn what your needs are,” Sedillo told the group assembled in council chambers.
Council Vice Chair Sharon Stover serves on both the NMAC board, which has one representative from each county and she also holds a seat on the association’s executive board. The president recently appointed her treasurer as well.
“Stover is such an asset to our organization and I’m not just saying that because she’s sitting here,” Sedillo said.
Stover commended Sedillo for her visit saying this is the first time in a very long time that a NMAC president has personally gone to every county to learn their needs.
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