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"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Senator, Northern New Mexico and radio. Planet Earth on the Internet. Seven minutes after one o'clock now, 76 degrees in Santa Fe. Winds gusting about 25 miles an hour, Two hands on the wheel, says Windy winds gusting to 25. It's warm 76 degrees. Heading humanity is 3%. Critical fire. Danger. Please be careful on drive carefully. Two hands on the wheel. I certainly got a reminder Saturday. Driving on I 25 my God. It was gnarly. I also love humanity, high winds and high temperatures and not good on the skin. Get to that in the 2nd 80 Tomorrow 80 and Wednesday 80 and Thursday 80 and Friday mid eighties Saturday and Sunday Lindsay Fendt will join us at the bottom of the hour from Searchlight, New Mexico. We'll talk about it all and get production into Mexico. How addicted are we Toil and Dave were at three o'clock today founded a company called First Crop. Also had to do with skincare and CBD s. That's a three o'clock today. Guess tomorrow will include, Of course, our weekly conversation with Dr Windy Johnson. Also, dawn tomorrow will be commissioner. Stay public land. Stephanie Garcia, Richard, That's a choke tomorrow. When you get in touch with me. Best thing to do is the email me Richard at Santa.

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Open when you call in chat about anything on your mind after a Nice weekend in Santa Pay 505424 65 05424. 12 60 32 degrees outside winds from the northwest Six feels like about the mid twenties humanity. Winifred is 47% 32 degrees high today. 35 cold overnight down the 16 degrees. Hi. Tomorrow, 31. Wednesday. 38 42 Thursday Friday 38 degrees right now, no precipitation in the forecast ski resorts around northern New Mexico picked up safe from a foot to a foot and a half of the last 48 hours. Wanna get up Scheme mountains are open. He's Santa Fe Taus. See Pappu Angel Fire Red River, all of us. Nine minutes after one o'clock, happy Monday. San Effect, All right, Here's the plan. No, I just, uh I'm sorry. I just, um Book Somebody So the first hours not wide open the first half hours Wide open now. Call in chat about anything when talk. We don't talk about the Electoral college. Talk about whether you We'll get vaccinated. 1 30 today from poet a cultural center. Walk a pueblo. Carl Duncan will join us. They ever really cool effort underway right now to have people on the Pueblo. On all pueblos, in fact, mask up They socially distant I'll talk to Carl Duncan and 1 30 today. I'll talk to Commissioner of State Public Land. Stephanie Garcia Richard at two o'clock today. You need a job will get the job at 2 30 today. Money back guarantee. Lee will join it from the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions. Excuse me work for his connections. As a 2 30 need a job. We'll find.

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Johnson. That's his official name. His official title Outdoor Recreation Program. Manager. Surface Resource is division New Mix Go State Land office. Greg Big title. What does it mean? Oh, I love the way you say that. Thank you. Thank you for your time. Well, what it means is Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard ran. Ah, part of her platform was the expansion of outdoor recreation opportunities on state trust land. And so at the beginning of this calendar year I was hired as the first ever outdoor recreation program manager for the State Land office. So that is my task, in a nutshell, is just to promote and expand opportunities on trust lands for folks to get out and enjoy the beauty of New Mexico. Now the State Land office has been in existence Craig me from wrong. Since New Mexico became a state the purpose of state land office is too great revenue for schools and hospitals. Through our mineral deposits. Depreciation, you know, kind, all kinds of different ways to do that. So, Craig, how does recreation fit into that? Sure that's a great question. It fits in in a number of ways. Of course, oil and gas. This is great timing because you probably saw the article in the paper about Another billion dollar record revenue here from the state Land Office, which is fantastic. It's moving. The lion's share of that does come from oil and gas, but You know part of Commissioner Garcia Richard's plans to diversify the income. The revenue streams including economic development, renewable energy, and part of that is is out direct. The main way We do that without direct program, as it exists currently at the land office is through direct recreational access permits, which used to be really kind of a clunky mechanism, frankly, but now leave Enable people to get online and pay for that with their credit card and submit the application online. So you know there's still room to improve the program. Of course, Richard, but at least we've made it a little bit easier for folks to get that permit. And another way that that it fits in line with the revenue generation concept that I'm really focused on it through easements and leases and I used to run the commercial division. So This is an area that I think has great potential. For example, we did a lease with the village of Reed, also for Moon Mountain, which is about a full section of land. Now they can do hiking. They plan on doing first golf. I believe mountain biking. It's It's really fantastic. And we're working with the Bureau of Land Management on an easement for the Continental divide, which is, of course, Flagship trail that encompasses some approximately 70 miles of state trust land, so those airways and which we get compensated for the use of trust lands and the thing I like about the Pardon that the thing I like about the leases and easements is that then folks wouldn't have to get that recreational access permit because the purpose of the easement or the least, is for recreation, so That gets a little bit nuanced, but basically those air two main ways that we get compensated. You know, this pilot program that commissioner just launched two recently for expanded camping for hunters. We get compensated through the game and fish easement. So we have an easement with our new Mexico Department of Game and Fish. And that instrument is the mechanism by which hundreds get access to all this trust land. So without rambling on and on one thing I would like to know what about that is while while these out direct programs do definitely fit within that mission and make a small but increasing contribution there The thing that I like the best about him on a personal level is just You know, the greater community good and well being that people receive when they're out there. Taking around on trust land. You know, our guests is Craig Johnson. He's the outdoor recreation program manager for the state land off his I'm Richard. He's your host, so essentially and and love the idea that this has become simpler, easier to understand easier to access easier to permit for the public. So prior to what you're doing now, You said you were also in the division on the commercial sign. Yes, That's right. I mean, I have to board the listeners today. But just by way of background, like my father was a land for Mr in South Dakota. So, hey, it's people. They kid me that it's in the blood of 20 years ago, I was a mapping intern for the state Land office. Since then, I had a number of different jobs. And just before I took this out direct job. I ran the commercial division at the Land office, which is one of three main revenue generating divisions. You have your your AG lessees your oil and gas, which again is the bulk of the money? And the commercial division, which does rights of ways and business leasing. We used to joke, although maybe not to successfully that if it's not move or goo commercial meaning if it's not ag, lessees, or oil and gas, right commercial But anyway, that's A little background. So in terms of being a program injured for the outdoor recreation Ah, where do you like to do? Where do you like to recreation? This is a show about getting outdoors. The purpose being people can appreciate. The outdoors in many different ways, But getting outdoors experiencing it firsthand. Eyes is probably what we're talking about with State land office. Where do you like to go? What do some of your favorite places Kill Sam Lorenzo Canyon. Most folks think that his BLM land because the entryway to it is on Bill on land. But once you get back to where you can't your highs, and you just need to kind of navigate your way through the canyon that is actually stay trust land. It's gorgeous, and I'm sure a lot of listeners are familiar with that..

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Good there's some among give me some idea of state land offices announced that they have just reached a deal with a company called Gladstone wind farm project sign a lease of about sixty let's see don't sue me seventy six hundred and thirty six acres state land office land is our land right to the least of for the wind farm and of course the revenue from that he goes in a really really good stuff P. M. E. U. S. A. incorporated has won a bid to develop a wind farm one seventy six hundred acres of state trust land in union and Colfax county very windy over there the area has been designated as prime for wind energy generation and we'll be in close proximity to to you existing transmission lines state trust land portion of the project is anticipated to generate thirty one make a wants from eleven turbines enough capacity to power approximately sixty two hundred to Mexico household expected to generate the eight million dollars over the course of the lease commissioner of public lands Stephanie Garcia Richard think what this year we have given the green light to three wind projects across the state more than have been awarded in the last four years combined doubling the future production of renewable energy on state trust land and of course generating revenue for us the office of renewable energy is powering.

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

13:42 min | 2 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"Those those larger goals <hes> and to establishing <hes> understanding between the decision makers and Congress the Federal Agent State Agents and state leaders and we need to continue we will continue to <hes> ensure that that level of consultation and that level of commitment on the part of these agencies <hes> is is realized moving forward on these issues these these types of issues governor Brian Vile of Academic Pueblo here in New Mexico? Thank you so much for taking the time out of your busy schedule to talk to us today and for your perspective and congratulations on the Choco protection bill taking a big step forward today thank you we'll we'll let you go and we will start looping in the crowd that we've got here who unfortunately we're not able to hear you so we'll let you go. Thank you again governor for for joining us today. Thank you very much all right so I want to start then with Paul read from archaeology southwest since obviously Choco is also incredibly important from an archaeological perspective. Why is this an area from archaeological sense worthy of protection and what what are the risks of drilling there right well Taco itself of course is a national park with nearly four thousand sites tacos been protected as a park since one thousand nine hundred eighty well we're concerned about is literally one hundred feet outside the boundary of Choco and what we have of course is this explosion to choose words carefully and the oil and gas drilling almost right up to Jacko's macos boundary once companies figured out how to get into the Mac Os shale formation at about a mile down they've been able to do that and we've had something like two thousand wells go in in a relatively few number of years so as we get outside the TACO boundary we've been concerned for six or seven years now and going further back but really active in that time trying to help them through this process primarily of modifying their long range plan and saying you know maybe we don't have to open up all these lands for drilling? Let's set some aside. Let's figure out what lands should perhaps be permanently set aside and protected even though they're not part of Taco in the park. What other special areas can we put in place for protection and the other thing? We've really ramped up and I'm thrilled that we had governor bio for a few minutes is we've develop partnerships now with almost ten tribes including the Navajo nation and a number of Pablo nations in our goal. There is to get those tribal voices to the table. This is something that and Blah all the federal agencies talk about constantly but the follow up on their part can sometimes be short so I think it's fair to say that ACA probably is the most active group at this point. That's one reason why we partnered with Alabama last fall to get academic tribal members out on the landscape and identifying areas of concern at this point. We have a report on that. That's going to be in the governor's hands here on a scale of days and once it's been approved through the governor and they decide what can be released to the public. We'll have some very concrete results to share with the rest of the world and I think we'll see that a lot of the resources that archaeologists can identify have already been protected but a broad range of resources that tribal members see on the landscape including. Clearly natural features that we would never think about or not really being protected so that's a big part of what we're trying to do. At this stage so commissioner Garcia Richard. Let's talk oil and gas drilling. Obviously oil and gas development is booming in in New Mexico and that is a huge part of the state's economy right now you were elected in November two thousand eighteen with the promise of of obviously not undoing that or hampering the business of oil and gas drilling but it also protecting the state so how do you balance the impacts both environmentally and economically. Thank you for that question so I just want to before I begin my remarks remind everyone that as I like to do often that we are on aboriginal land here where we are standing in Santa Fe and so this topic is is very apropos to to talk about right now. The the State Land Office issued an executive order that took seventy two thousand acres in the Choco area off the table for future oil and gas drilling and guess what folks the bottom did not go out of the market we are still able to bring in record revenue from oil and gas development into the state so despite what naysayers may say about essential protections that we must have on our a cultural and sacred sites it can be done in a balanced sustainable way and you know it's funny. I don't know if you all here know this but governor vile not not only had he been the lieutenant governor for Acapella he actually was the cultural resources officer for the Pueblo as well so he really has a great knowledge expertise and background in terms of not only the western archaeological perspective live on protecting the Choco the Greater Choco area but also the native perspective because sometimes what is sort of invisible to the western archaeological I will be Y- contributed from our native brothers and sisters in their communities and their backgrounds and their expertise and so it's essential that we have both schools of thought coming to the table to really inform our decisions around protection of our cultural and and sacred sites. I want to bring in Todd Lady who is the deputy cabinet secretary at the energy mineral and Natural Resources Department. Obviously you're area has your department has a lot of responsibilities possibilities in this area in terms of responsible drilling we analyze data center for Western priorities looked at data from the oil conservation division last year in New Mexico oil and gas operators reported fifteen fifteen hundred spills more than more than four per day what steps does can your department take to make sure that drilling when it happens is happening in a safe way that is not endangering the environment consistently so that's that's an excellent question and I I have to sort of escape the answer by saying it depends so so our our jurisdiction is oiling gas drilling in the state but but not on federal land not on state land right so so we have a unique role here in that we can we can set rules but say in the Chaco area aware that's all federal land except for the state land that is up there. There isn't a whole lot that we can do in in that specific area through throughout the state. We have new initiatives that are coming online now to ensure just what governor via talked about and that is responsible drilling we can't we know we can't shut off oil and gas development. It's two essential to the economy but we can ensure responsible development commissioner. Let's take a step set-back you you had previously served as a state legislator. You've now been in this job for nearly a year or well half a year I guess so what are your priorities for the state land office and and I think it's important to acknowledge that you come in in many ways with a diametrically opposite view of public lands as your predecessor so how has that first six months been in what are your priorities so far I really appreciate that question and I always look forward to the opportunity to talk about our plans at the state land office so essentially they have everything to do with the future of not only the economy in New Mexico but the climate a globally as well. I mean I really think that right now we are at a crucial pivotal moment where policy decisions that we can make you know at at some of our state agencies at the governor's honors level and then at the state land office really will impact and has an opportunity to impact climate challenges moving forward and so one of my number one priorities that state land office is is to ensure that we are getting every single penny that is due new Mexicans from our natural resources and right now oil and gas developers pay less to develop New Mexico oil oil and gas than they do in Texas the Great Progressive State of Texas right next door actually requires oil and gas developers to pay more for those very precious resources that once they leave the ground are gone and so we have an advocacy and a attempt that we're calling raise the rate we tried it in the last legislative session but essentially we would like oil and gas developers to pay the same rate on our minerals as Texas XS pays and that is a quarter so twenty five percent and currently the rate. Is it more in line with federal rate. It's actually it's capped at twenty percent so the federal rate is twelve and a half and New Mexico's capped at twenty in statute so that's a legislative <hes> that has the legislative fix I would appreciate any any and everyone's help with it because as we move forward and really diversify our economy in New Mexico we know that oil the gas will not last forever. Whatever whatever your view of that industry is that is a finite resource so we should be getting every penny that we're due for the resource ball we have it while at the same time looking to diversify in forms of renewable energy revenue in forms of <hes> Eco Tourism and outdoor recreation revenue and really looking at alternate ways to fund state government Paul Read? This is not necessarily an archaeological question but I understand you lived in Farmington is and raised families. They're a family there. What was that like seeing the the boom and bust cycles that especially impact a town like Farmington that he's Pretty Independent on that that single economic sector right yeah I was in Farmington for twenty six years and I'm I've been in towels now for five so I like to change I mean it was very informative for me to live in Farmington and and to kind of see firsthand what that boom and bust cycle was like and I think it was hard on a lot of families when it went to Farmington in eighty eight the population was probably just under forty thousand it grew over the next ten years to more than fifty cap there and I think they've fallen back a bit now and it'll probably boom again because unfortunately our state in that community in particular is still locked into the oil and gas boom and bust cycle so I think as Commissioner Garcia Richard Said we can improve the way we manage our economy Farmington? The one thing I did see in Farmington over those twenty six years was lots of talk. During those bust cycles about what can we do you know Farmington is a natural gateway to Colorado to the Navajo nation to the badlands lots of beautiful natural places to do things and so the community leaders would get together and they'd say you know we should really we should really think about this differently understand now with some support from outside groups there again having a very serious conversation about how to do that in Farmington and I think it's at least twenty years too late but you know there's hope that they can eventually direct the economy up there in a different direction you know the other thing of course is not that we're talking about cold today but there's coal in the power plant situation now that is driven ribbon the four corners economy since nineteen fifty nine or nineteen sixty so there's definitely some transition needs to happen there as well just to piggyback on that a little bit Paul I would. I would agree with you that not only are we too late but this very well may be the last boom we see in extractive industry the last true boom we see just because of where predictions are in terms of these oil reserves in terms of the price of alternate. Alternate forms of energy are plummeting. It just does not make economic sense anymore to develop these resources from the ground when when solar and wind are becoming more and more cost effective all the time <hes> we're really talking about the last throes I believe of extraction todd your your agency covers more than just oil and gas but also hard rock mining coal mining renewable energy and conservation from your perspective perspective. How do you see New Mexico's energy future laying out over over twenty thirty years?.

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

14:48 min | 2 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"This is the second in a series of live episodes. We are doing this summer. We are at Second Street Breweries Rafina taproom in Santa Fe New Mexico in just a minute. We're going to be talking to Stephanie Garcia Richard Richard the State Lands Commissioner. We have the governor of Optima Pueblo on the line. We've got todd Lahey the deputy cabinet secretary from New Mexico's Energy Minerals and natural resources department. We've got Paul read archaeology southwest. It's a awesome lineup that I am very very excited about and for our trip back in time we are keeping it in the state of course we will remember New Mexico's atomic history this week in Western history and we might talk about U._F._O.'s as as well but first. We're GonNa talk about the news. We have more details about the plan to move bureau of land management headquarters out of Washington D._C.. Senator Cory Gardner tried to make a big splash by announcing this as a huge boost to Grand Junction Colorado which would ostensibly be the new bill headquarters under all of this now. Here's the catch only twenty nine jobs are actually moving to Grand Junction in all of this twice as many are moving to the Denver area and the rest would be scattered in offices around the West so what is really going on here. It looks to us like this isn't a relocation. It's more of an evisceration of the bureau of Land Management Moment Interior Secretary. David Bernhardt knows full well that senior career officials in D._C.. Have spouses and kids and lives in Washington. David Bernhardt just told them they have one month to decide whether to stay or go and he knows that a huge chunk of these civil servants can't just pack up their families on short notice the only reason you would want to blow up a D._C.. Office like this is because you want a huge number of career career officials to quit so secretary Bernhardt told Congress. He's spending five million dollars on the first steps here. It's not yet clear how much this whole relocation would cost. It doesn't appear that Congress is likely to just throw money at the secretary sorry for this given how many funding fights he has already picked with folks like Betty mccollum. WHO's the chair of the House Appropriations subcommittee that oversees interior picking fights with Royal Salva the chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee <hes> so stay tuned? Keep your eye on this but none of this relocation business is a done deal at this point. We have some very good news today. Wednesday about the push to protect New Mexico's Choco Canyon from drilling rolling the House Natural Resources Committee has approved the Choco Cultural Heritage Area Protection Act and that is huge news a major step forward. This is the bill that would withdraw land around the Taco Culture Net national national historic park from future oil and gas leasing the next step would be a vote on the house floor before moving onto the senate and we will of course talk a whole lot more about Choco in just a minute and we are also seeing grassroots efforts here in New Mexico to protect wildlife migration corridors last week the county commissions in both Santa Fe County and send Gill County passed resolutions in support of wildlife corridors in the upper Rio Grande basin. They're encouraging congress to pass legislation relation to protect wildlife corridors nationwide. Those county resolutions came after the state legislature. This year passed a bill that put up a half million dollars in seed money for the state to identify places where wildlife corridors can be better protected both for the sake of animals and drivers so here in New Mexico. That's a sign of what a coordinated coalition can do to move the needle on public policy when it comes to public lands and Wildlife. You've got groups like Ed show that we have talked to you on this podcast before he that's Hispanics enjoying camping hunting and the outdoors you've got the New Mexico Wildlife Federation defenders of wildlife all on the same page working toward a policy goal and on the national level. It is Senator Senator Tom Udall and I know we've got some of his staffers here with us. Today who's a main sponsor of the Wildlife Corridor Conservation Act that bill would among other things establish a nationwide database to help governments and private groups share information about mild migrating wildlife all right so let's get this party started our guests this week. As I mentioned Stephanie Garcia Richard She is the New Mexico Commissioner of public lands. Welcome and we have Todd Lahey the deputy cabinet secretary of New Mexico's Energy Minerals and natural resources department. Thanks for having me and Paul read preservation archaeologist with archaeology southwest west. Thanks glad to be here and on the phone we have governor Brian Vile. Who is the governor of Optima Pueblo here in New Mexico governor? Thank you so much for taking the time. I know it's been a challenge orange getting you. The schedules lined up so I really appreciate you taking the time and being with us on the phone today. I'm happy to join all of you. Thank you so. Let's go ahead and start with governor via since he's on the phone with US governor. Your community has deep roots across the four corners region of course how do you view the drilling boom across New Mexico and how has it impacted landscapes important to you and to the Pueblo Abo- like like Taco Canyon that we're talking about here today. Thank you for the question you know. OPTIMA has always been at the forefront <hes> when it comes to the protection of our cultural resources <hes> and that's all encompassing really that is archaeological resources. Those are <hes> sacred sites knows our pilgrimage trails <hes> it's all natural environment and that is significant to to our our our our cultural survival and <hes> and so we've been dealing with these issues or for quite some time <hes> <hes> and these issues arising as a result of you know the impacts from uranium the mining <hes> ongoing drilling in the <hes> <hes> this region of the the country <hes> so it's the impacts are varied and <hes> <hes> our our main goal at this point is to have a seat at the table really to be involved in the conversation as this type type of activity continues and most of them are are <hes> have who have voiced similar concerns <hes> share the sentiment that <hes> and certainly through the Audible Council of governors have <hes> established the unify voice only one of those <hes> <hes> demands really is that we have a seat at the table that we are consulted that we are part of the planning and that we have <hes> the the opportunity to engage in meaningful government to government consultations with the agencies who manage these lands and who are regulate this type of <hes> enterprise in <hes> the those part of our country so you know we will continue to <hes> voices concern and as we are invited to the table <hes> we'll be making and sharing our uh-huh more specific concerns relative to the protection these resources and engaging in more <hes> collaborative <hes> initiatives around the continue to Joey <hes> you know outcome has always <hes> while while we have been at the forefront. I've been very upfront about our concerns. <hes> outcome has never totally opposed. <hes> does industry <hes> but we want to be <hes> we wanted to be responsible. We want to <hes> ensure that there's a development as it continues. Is You know considers the impacts that it does have on our cultural resources. I was just an the <hes> of course the human factor <hes> those people who are living in very close proximity to these areas that are being drilled. Can you give us a sense of the state of those. Government to government relations Secretary Bernhardt was at Shaw Cultural National Historic Park last month. He agreed to halt new oil and gas leases for one year which struck some folks as kind of the bare minimum minimum of protection are are those relations in a good place right now or how. How could they be better? Well you know twenty eight years ago I served as Lieutenant Governor for the PUEBLO and one of the messages that that I've been delivering to the federal agents who you know on this issue of the protection of Choco and other areas like bears ears is that you know we're coming to the table or I haven't coming to the table now as governor of the Pueblo <hes> <hes> being called to these consultations by federal agencies including the B. L. and we're still talking about the same things and I made those <hes> statement <hes> to Secretary Bernhardt when he was in Taco with us not too long ago and and I found him and said well. I think you know here's the time here's an opportunity for us to really do some meaningful work together and let's change this paradigm our dining of you know consultation versus more meaningful consultation and partnership in collaboration on these complex issues so I think the accident of the secretary set a precedent and <hes> opened up another door for all of us to really engage in that meaningful <hes> discourse and <hes> now how that impacts policy and what that means to the future of drilling and you know real protections of the cultural landscapes within and outside of the ten mile buffer zone this is still yet to be realized but if we can have these conversations without understanding ending that we all want to do the right thing then I think we can all agree that <hes> we've changed the paradigm and we are setting more positive precedent <hes> for the future uh of the government to government relationship governor last question and then we'll let you go you wrote an opinion piece in the Santa Fe new Mexican earlier this spring you talked about the unprecedented unprecedented collaboration that is going on right now to pass this bill that just made it out of committee today the greater the Choco Cultural Heritage Area Protection Act. Why why is that collaboration <music> so unprecedented that we haven't seen something like this happening before to protect an area like this well I think one of the reasons why is because you you know consultation <hes> some of these executive orders <hes> by past presidents and and now <hes> state governors and other officials have mandated this this idea about having consultation what tribes <hes> concerning a variety of issues and that man those mandates oftentimes <hes> were carried out very carelessly and without any real intent to achieve something <hes> that <hes> yielded positive outcomes that <hes> yielded more collaborative than ongoing partnership <hes> and conversations leading to maybe you know policy changes or maybe further access <hes> for tribes to resources so there's a history of the failure of consultation <hes> on on the side of the federal government and maybe some state governments so I the reason why I made that statement in that op ed was I really feel like there is a more <hes> concerted and sincere effort on not only the part of some federal agencies and state agencies but also from the private sector and I've seen this in my work <hes> in in the area of museums <hes> and repatriation of human remains and cultural objects back to our respective couple communities that there is in fact fact a a a shifted out as occurring <hes> and and so when Secretary Bernhardt <hes> made of that directive and as as we have the opportunity to to engage one on one with our congressional delegates who were out here as well <hes> prior to Secretary Bernhardt does I felt like that was a true <hes> example of what government to government and true meaningful collaboration and consultation should be and I believe that even well this is a minor victory in this much longer process of protecting and ensuring the protection of cultural of cultural resources including Chocolate Canyon into are these types of precedents that are still critical.

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Talk 1260 KTRC

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Fe legend neighborhood legends. You come down here indeed. All right. Stay centers. So state Senate for Santa Fe area. Our highest scores are for obviously Peter worth always is the guy who's got scored what one hundred percent. Okay. He's got conservation and environmental protection and his DNA. There's a guy he doesn't eat. Nancy Rodriguez who I think is our Senator. Yes. Also one hundred percent this year. And unusually Carla Cisneros who's in northern New Mexico state Senator got one hundred percent this year. His lifetime seventy five percent guy. So he's always kind of been, you know, I wonder why I wonder what exactly it was. So maybe some bills that he could support this year, maybe in past years, or something about a particular Bill or couple bills that he could support for our scorecard. One thing that, you know, one trend that you can kind of tease out rising tides tend to float all boats. When you have leadership like y'all, like Brian Gulf in pita worth more conservation and climate bills, get to the floor get votes. They get hurt. And so you get more opportunities for people, the casket votes rolling everybody's score. That's a great point. The fact that you also now have a democrat state land Commissioner, and you also have a democrat in the roundhouse, so you're not being toady to try and help the Republican governor or Republican state land Commissioner actually independent left office. So now you have Democrats in both of those so you know now you don't have to vote. For certain things right. You see, I mean and Commissioner Garcia, Richard. Stephanie Garcia, Richard any land Commissioner has absolutely come out of the gate on fire. I mean she came out pushing really, really visionary legislation. She and her staff were all over the roundhouse, articulating vision, and just really, really trying to push the ball forward said, the more kind of bills that are out there, too casket votes on the more. Everybody's score helps were you at all, surprise election night that she won. No, I think the headline, I this is the way that the electorate was breaking eighteen you know, I think that people Blue Wave female wave in Mexico. Absolutely people look at what's happening in DC and art. Really, really craving change at the local level in that, if you show up off years and you show up midterm elections. You can really move the needle and create a lot of momentum. Ben Shelton is our guests from conservation. Voters of New Mexico. The scorecard website is scorecard dot.

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Talk 1260 KTRC

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Thirty five minutes after one o'clock day today a little bit overcast. Fifty eight degrees could be sixty three today. Chance of rain tomorrow with a high of sixty one degrees. Our yesterday on this show. Ben rehauled announced he was going to run for United States. We've had no announcements that I'm aware of since by anybody either party or. Any party I should say because multiple parties not just to. That they are going to run for the curly held by faith. Senator Tom udall? But that leaves open feeding congress. Northern New Mexico congressional district number three. So as I predicted it would be a mad scramble and all kinds of people looking at it or have announced. Now, let me tell you the people who have. Or who won't say who have announced they will not run some of these people I floated the name out there, including the mayor Alan Webber did it on air. And I did it collected works on Sunday journey Santa Fe because he was sitting right there. Everybody wants to be mentioned as a viable candidate. And I mean everybody so these are the people who have announced they will not run. For CD three. That would be hit your ball dares. He also now's he was not going to run for Tom udall for Senate. Alan Webber, not gonna run Brian ego. House speaker says he will not run. Democratic state land Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard says, she will not run. And a couple of Republicans PR PRC member Jefferson bird in Farmington business, owner Thomas moans, they will not run. So who may run well, the Valerie's may run. Valerie plame say now. Did she might run the United States Senate seat or she might run for the congressional seat? She told me she's pondering has has tons upon during to do. But two people have announced as soon as been Ray said, yeah, I'm running the United States Senate leave my feet opening congress to Democrats have announced including rat tone businessman, and as they Representative from all Kaldi Joseph Sanchez of all called it. First term Representative. He's in district. Forty engineer lanell and a rancher. He's announced he's going to run for congress. And Mark McDonald a businessperson businessman. A developer. Business developer for a medical hill..

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The Corner

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on The Corner

"You've got Loma chanko Mikey Garcia, Richard economy, who just wanna title who probably won't get because he hurt his knuckle Luke Campbell who's hanging around Jose draws a like Z's Devon hand. And then you go to forty which I mean, this is all ten pounds man reaches for Greis. Josh taylor. Jose Ramirez fights on Sunday. Mo- Hooker who just wanna title? I think he fights in in a few weeks, dude. This is a good time. Feel this the hose fighting fuck him. Oh. Have is quick. Yeah. And just think guys like Lopez Haney tank, they're going to get to one forty seven their big ass. Hey. Hey. Like, they're all like Hanes nineteen loaf is just turned twenty one Lopez. If I looked at their he's like, yeah. Probably end up at middleweight late. You know, what I'm saying like, bro? Like when you're young you cut the way, it's a bright future, man. But yeah, but online TV Lopez entertaining hell, heavy hands. Great personality. That kid is a stood. Yes. Going to be fun, man. So we talked about tank, I think tank wins. I would love to see him against Mars. But you know, injuries happen. Mar majoring looked ugly. Take kind of Latin for second Mars put out the videotape said a wish you the best health comes first family comes first hopefully makes up so that's fine. I still wanna see down the road. Yeah. I just don't know if every month gonna fight again detached retina. You're not. It's not good, man. So yeah. But yeah. Tank versus you ago. Res I mean, poor Hugo you just fight moving up in weight fight a guy who's short notice. It's it's going to be rough the worst. The worst version of the perfect store in. Wrestling a duck and Kim the Vegas yesterday. I was gonna go there meet you, I takes you ongoing there came home after work. I was like, oh, I got our have taken out real quick didn't wake up until I should start. So I lived vicariously through you in Big Mac, Ryan Makita who were right there. While everyone out, you know, what those kind of listening. So I didn't mind watching from the comfort of my it was freezing. It was really cold yells. So. All right, cool. But cover more rollouts, we get more nouncement s-. So it's official that the will be there at all in. It looks like they're not giving up their their other contracts. No, I mean, like I thought the Cody afterwards and the partnership partnership AAA which explains what rose are there semi Guevara who if people seeing Sammy fight on WBZ's special talents AAA guy. So now, you know, they've got a partnership with triple A OWI. And so now. Shits they do which is in OWI guys are gonna have a match with so Cal sensor, which would probably be insane. Because we saw this clip doing the real Japanese food chic-. Yeah. Food. It's legit shit. So I mean, the Lucho bro silent being a part of a w sued and the fact that we're going to. I mean, look man hint through all the stars at this match. Now, like Pentagon Phoenix versus young bucks, a double or nothing and are probably going to be in the main event probably could be jerk omega which was also now, and we'll talk about the big the big the worst kept secret in pro wrestling of mega signing with AWS device press. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, there was no way that this company was without him. I knew it can say anything it was like I just like to watch people special. He's coming out the rumbled on the new Japan. He wait for that to burn and on top of that. I guess we'll talk about. Now can you'll make he's yes, he signed eighty w but the doors not close with new Japan, which is why he didn't get a proper sendoff everybody who leaves Japan gets a proper sendoff. The door's not completely closed on. Omega people he signed. He's got a four year deal with with AWS what exactly entails? I don't know. I don't care, but we could see mega back new Japan. And I think it makes a whole lot of sense to help Awa until they, you know, firmly plant themselves with TV dealer, whatever they're going to do for two thousand nineteen to have some of the town.

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Monday. I think we'll start giving away lift tickets again. So if you like this game you like to ski towns be listening on Monday. We'll talk to filmmaker bunny Lee at one thirty today. She made a film called Mexico rain about Bill and bunny Bonnier. All right. So this. This letter in today's Albuquerque journal from state Representative Alonzo bottle ball Nado. Apparently, it is the Republican party the GOP right now. A winning hand for them is to do be demeaning to be insulting especially. George women and in Alonzo's case teachers as well killing contest ban is overreach. He starts going off on these day Lang Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard about it was just you know, Coyote killing contest are good for New Mexico. And and you're just some kind of city slicker. Here's some city-fied girl teacher. That did this within your little bubble. I'm using his words your little bubble for a year, radical followers that would be me. Her executive order to ban animal killing contest on state trust land. He says this quoting the state Representative Alonzo ball to NADA Republican from Los Lunas if you happen to run into him. Over at the state capital. I suggest you just laugh at them. He's Steph, quote, there's no doubt the term Coyote killing contest has a flair to it it evokes anger among those that want to protect animals, obviously by killing it calling it a killing contests. The newly elected land Commissioner was going for some points with portions of her radical supporters. It's me keep in mind that your new land Commissioner has no practical experience for the job. You might expect a rancher or oil gas worker. Would have better hands on knowledge. A what the job entails, the former teacher and legislator from Los Alamos is clearly overreaching, the powers of the office in this attempt to keep her public lands from you. Skipping down state Representative despicable Alonzo ball Tanada, he goes on to say, quote, rest assured sportsmen this is not likely to be the only instance eroding your right to hunt and fish in New Mexico. There is a whole host of newly elected. Legislators read women there will propose bills that will aim to limit your second amendment rights and your access to hunt and trap on public lands bills to ban trapping altogether. All already in the works. This quote solution unquote, brought forth by the new land Commissioner may very well. Pleased the radical interest who live within her bubble, but not the rest of New Mexico. The way of life for the rural parts of our state is much different from that of the city dweller and these days public lands belong to us. Could that be a more vile angry demeaning insulting letter? But apparently, this is the tack. I guess agreed upon by Republicans. Let's attack women, let's attack city slickers radicals and teachers. Oh and newly elected legislative. You know, who you are all you, you you you women. So I would not recommend anything other than more radical than just laughing in his face. If you happen to run into the man who likes rural oilfield workers in ranchers, dude, you're sick SOB. But.

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"You. Piece today in the Albuquerque journal today by stay Representative Alonzo ball Donana. No reason to pull any punches here. He is a Republican from Los Lunas, and it is insulting demeaning towards women. It is insulting and demeaning towards teachers. But this is the position. Many Republicans right now. Of course, they feel trapped. Little bit backed up against the wall. Because they got their asses kicked on November the six. So now, they're going to I guess. Used there. Manley voices. To insult and demean women. Could be the governor could be the land Commissioner could be other members of the legislature could be his colleagues. He will. We also demeans in his letter today and the Albuquerque journal. And it's about the very first thing that we talked about yesterday with Lang Michener Stephanie Garcia, Richard and that worth her executive orders to ban hunting contest killing contests. On state trust land Representative Alonzo ball to Nado is another one of these individuals who I think should probably be wearing an ankle bracelet. So we can keep track of him. Seriously. I mean, this is a disgusting letter. He wrote today with a nice picture. The journal put alongside of it of a beautiful kind of desert vista with blue skies and beautiful white New Mexico clouds, and but in the foreground and stretching out nice perspective from the foreground are the carcasses. These skeletons. Of animals slaughtered in an animal killing contest. I was just floored. When I read this letter today, I'll show her a little bit of it with you when we come back to eighteen minutes after one o'clock, but this I mean, it really really reinforces my opinion these days by Republicans in my my opinion is screw you. I don't know if any Republicans have been invited. We're going to be doing this show on Tuesday, the whole show at the state capital. I don't know if any Republicans have been invited we had some last year. I don't know if any been invited this year. Or if you know may as it. Yeah. Well, you know, let's go have our we'll go have our little opinion with Richard will go have a little debate with Richard on the air, which AVI fantastic. Or they can just say well, screw him. Or maybe I'm wrong. Maybe.

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"On your mind, local legislation education. Where your favorite cheeseburger is these days? I'd like to hear that actually last couple cheeseburgers. I've ventured. To eat in the last few weeks. Pretty disappointing. No of just just an absolutely dynamic to dynamite. Cheeseburger, lemme know because I'm looking I'm in the market one thirty today. We'll we'll talk with film director bunny Tomlinson bunny, directed a film called New Mexico rain. It's about Bill and Bonnie Hearne, we'll talk to bunny go name at one thirty today. We'll talk to the head man at turquoise trail elementary. Dr Ray Griffin will be here to two thirty today. Josh Rapoport is going to join us. Just is part of an organization and a political rally coming up to call New Mexico. Don't punish pain rally. Very interesting. Rally and legislation. And build it. They're sponsoring Josh Rappaport. Will join us to two thirty today than our monthly pretty much monthly visit with Dr Catherine Courtney and dominant Capella to talk about NHA. Now, we did not did not have them in December just because of the holidays, and Dr Courtney is really busy and Dominic was drunk the month of December. So we didn't have men, but we will today. And of course, there's tons of talk about we now have a kids cabinet. We now have new leadership at public education apartment new leadership at C Y F D new leadership on the fourth floor around house has lot of be hopeful for and to talk about today in AJ the book, they co-authored about ISIS adverse childhood experiences for Dr Courtney and Dominic Cappello will be here. Three o'clock. All right. I think that's. Let's start with the president's remarks president's remarks today in the rose garden reopening, the government feel feel little bit. Like, the the king of the the king of the land of Bud Light. Pretty funny commercials. Dilly, dilly commercials. Where he just he can there's certain things that the that the king of the land of Bud Light. He just is just like. Nope. Nope. Not gonna do it. And that's how I felt today. Watching Trump in the rose garden. But it's not about me. I understand. It's not about me. So I did record it. I'm gonna play you the the part. The important or here's the important part of Trump's remarks today in the rose garden. Inner short while I will sign a Bill to open our government for three weeks until February fifteenth. I will make sure that all employees received their back pay very quickly or as soon as possible. It'll happen fast. I am asking Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell to put this proposal on the floor. Immediately. After thirty six days of spirited debate. And dialogue I have seen and heard from enough Democrats and Republicans that they are willing to put partisanship aside. I think and put the security of the American people. I I do believe they're going to do that. Will immediately begin reviewing the requests of our homeland security experts and experts they are all right? That's all I could do all I could listen to. No, it's not about me. But the rest of it before. And after that is Trump beating his own little Chaz trying to pretty much color. This is not a complete defeat for him. But it is for three weeks. Anyway, he folded he caved. Twenty four hours. You're not going to happen will not cave. Must have a wall today. He caved. That's all I could do. I mean, that's as much as I can listen to I listened the whole thing. And it was grueling. It's brutal. Roger stone arrested today. The six of the Trump inner circle to be arrested. NBC an incredible report yesterday on security clearances in the White House being circumvented. The office too. Issue top secret secret and beyond security clearances in the White House has been co-opted and circumvented. Thirty times. This is the result of electing Donald Trump. Four two four twelve sixty. If there's anything seriously anything you want to chat about today. Knock yourself out can between now and thirty wide open phones. All right. So there's that. There's something local though. That to me is just as heinous and sinister. And the reaction to this heinous. And sinister piece in the Albuquerque journal today should be in my opinion, equal to you the bits basically the same as the reaction from speaker Nancy Pelosi. Basically a giant middle finger. Giant middle finger should be wielded by New Mexico. Commissioner public land Stephanie Garcia Richard who was here for an hour yesterday between three and four o'clock giant middle finger extended to stay Representative Alonzo ball DeNardo. Once again, I have to reiterate my current stance about the GOP, screw.

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Sunny skies on Saturday and thirty nine forty-three in Sunday, Monday, forty four and then Tuesday back into the twenties. But nice today beautiful day today. All right deputy Garcia Richard have not seen seen. You. Actually. We've spoken. We spoke the morning after the election. We spoke in one sense. I have not seen you since you've been officially sworn in as the New Mexico Commissioner publicly, congratulations. Thank you, Richard. And thanks for getting the title. Correct. Sometimes people know it as land Commissioner, but that's sort of what I always called Ray. He was always the land commission that well, we'll go the more formal for for you. Thank you, sir. All right. Here's what we're gonna do. We're gonna talk about some issues. We're gonna talk about I I do wanna talk to you about the the governor's appointment of a new thick cherry for PD. You're not in the cabinet. But you know, you are you're an independent agency, which I think is also really cool. But you know, a lot of these people in the mission of the state land office is to fund education your teacher, you're an education in new certain education committees in the state house of representatives. So I want to get to a lot of these. And a lot of things is that people could call in and chat about could. I talk you into putting on these. Hopefully, if you you cannot hear me, this is your this is your knob right there. Okay. Can you hear me? Okay. All right. We're in talked to Rick Matteo wants to talk to you Matteo, you're on with the Commissioner of public lands. Yeah. Hi, I was. Calling to see what your opinion was. Or if your office has a role in the nuclear waste dump site. They're trying to. Okay. Was that NRC meetings and a little rally before the meetings yesterday? And it's kind of a disaster in the makings Aaron I'm hoping we can get this. Stop before we waste tons of time and energy having to fight this thing for the next ten years. Thanks for the question. Mateo. Yeah. Yeah. And just just for the, you know, edification of the listeners it's proposal by a company named whole tech to do. What's called interim storage of the spent nuclear fuel from commercial? Nuclear power plants and just to remind the listeners there is no nuclear power plant that provides power on a utility scale in New Mexico. These would be spent nuclear fuel rods from other states other utilities and the prophesy level radioactive material. The proposition is to store them in the they're calling an interim storage because we don't have a proper repository for these things yet. And so that's a you know supposed to be temporary. But one never knows what I mean. Temporary could be one hundred years or longer. So the proposal is to put them in southeast New Mexico. And the question was whether or not the office has any kind of leverage or is involved at all in that proposal. I didn't think so if not your land Barnes out. They cross your land. It turns out that there actually is some land there that is under currently under a mining mining lease. That is being considered that is in fact, subsurface state trust land. My office will actually have a great deal to do with. A proposed site. I have been clear on the campaign trail about my trepidation with something like this coming to New Mexico. I don't think that we've worked out any of the proper safety concerns that have been you know, that have been brought before us. I I don't think that transportation concerns have been addressed. Despite the fact that the state does not even have oversight on commercial operations, the New Mexico environment department does have oversight when we're talking in terms of storage of defense generated waste, but not commercially generated waste, so if you think about that our regulators would not have any kind of way in oversight. They wouldn't be able to make any kind of rules around something like this. So this Matia, I'm glad you brought this to the attention of the listeners because it is a very almost Dyer and important. Topic? That's that's before us here in New Mexico. And yet, you're right. The the regular national regulators the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is currently having hearings regarding this proposal to store spent nuclear fuel in New Mexico Tayo appreciate the call. Yeah. We'll we'll meet to stay really focused on this because it's one hundred and twenty year lease Richard and handing you nuclear fuel, right? I'll be back in one hundred twenty eight and that's temporary. Then then in in whip, I mean whip is very low level, clothing gloves. I mean, you know, you're from Los Alamos, you know, what went in there. And but this I mean, this is really a lot of this is really hot material. Absolutely. All right. These state land office your job, basically is to do what? So its oversight on nine million acres of surface rights in New Mexico surface state trust land, and then thirteen million subsurface acres, and so I was just speaking before about some mineral rights that the that the state owns and so some of our estate has been split to where there's a different owner of the surface. But the state retains the rights for the minerals and everything below the surface our guest, it's definitely Garcia, Richard. The brand new Commissioner of public lands in New Mexico. You wanna talk to her four two four hundred sixty five oh, five four to four twelve fifty the the hope is you raise revenue and the revenue goes to. Schools schools, like university of New Mexico or the school for the deaf or other power the public schools public schools, you're a teacher. And so you're also come from a ranching family longtime wrenching family, New Mexico. So, you know land, and you know, the mission in you know, the need. All right. So I mean, you're sworn in some of the first things you did were two executive orders, which I applauded heartily standing. No, one was to executive were to end hunting contest on public land and the other two end trapping on state publicly. Yeah. So the trapping actually has to be done in a different way that actually was not an executive order what that was is an agreement with game and fish when we go to have our easement discussions on our easement agreement between the two agencies. We will tackle that at that time because that's going to be for regulated species. The reason I was able to do the sort of by Fiat the executive order for. For killing contest to end killing contests on state trust land is because those were unregulated species. Do we need trapping into Mexico? So we don't need certain kinds of traps in New Mexico leg. Hold traps. Snare traps. They are dangerous for companion animals. They're dangerous for hikers. I believe that that are barbaric and inhumane, and you know, folks that that hunt say that that that's that's not a sportsmanlike way to to catch prey. All right. So that is one issue, which, you know, very heartily agree. One of the other issues that people have been in probably getting some pushback from the industry or the associations is raising royalty on oil and gas production. A big part of your campaign was to to make us equal sex with Texas. And so there's been some pushback on this tells us where that stands service, you've known me for six years, and you know, that I I never do anything halfheartedly. So this is this is my number one priority. Actually, this legislative session is to like, you said is to make sure that we are on par with Texas in terms of the portion of profit that we get from use of our minerals. So I just want to to emphasize this is not a tax royalty is not attacks royalty is paying for the privilege of using our natural resources. And you know, I'm gonna I'm a I'm a big. Business person in in that land office. My client, my customer is the beneficiaries of the fund, and so I'm going to do everything I can to ensure responsibly, of course, but to ensure that I am getting every single last dollar do them Jerry when he came into office. We are getting a percentage of what from oil and gas production. So we're captain statute at twenty percent, Richard. But the average paid is about thirteen percent and Texas received how much well, so it's it's hard to say in Texas because there's so much simple land that some of those negotiations are just worked out between all companies and the private landowners. So we have no idea on those. We do know that on the university lands, which is similar to our state. Trust lands. Their lands used to pay for university operations in Texas. Those are are twenty five percent royalty is your hope to get. You know, our royalty rate up to an oil and gas producing New Mexico up to twenty five percent. That's my that's my goal reaction has been from New Mexico guess association. Producers. Yeah. So the association themselves has come out against the proposal. I've been working individually with industry partners operators who you know, are are reasonable. They'll come to the table. They'll give me honest feedback about how my proposals will impact their bottom line. And I've had a lot of productive dialogue with producers themselves. Really absolutely independent producers or we talk shell. So. Because. I haven't spoken with shell. I'm I've some of the other producers have have come to the table to just give me feedback on on my proposal. The you mentioned the independent producers say like a MAC energy. Well, and and some of these smaller guys may not even ever hit the volumes that we're talking about in terms of charging that higher royalty rate. So just to be clear the higher royalty rate is truly on these premium tracks that bring in you know, twenty thirty. Thousand barrels per per month. Okay. I mean that kind of thing. So this is I mean, this is exclusively then in the Permian basin. It's not exclusively in the Permian basin. But that's that's where the development is right now. So we're talking on all pro speculative, Lisa's moving forward. So nothing that's retroactive within his grandfather. Nothing. That's right. Exactly. Wall new lease on all new leases, and this is going to be based on production. So you'll sign a lease at a twenty percent of royalty rate. But if the production numbers start to really increase to a certain trigger that we've put into the Bill then we will switch to the twenty five percent. And the thinking is if you're making more product, you're making more profit in New Mexico should have a bigger share wanna find out what kind of money we're talking about. We're talking real money here. Seventeen nineteen minutes after three o'clock. We'll be back with the Commissioner of public lands, New Mexico..

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Know, whatever you if you're working for for tips. I mean, I guess some people working for bartenders, and and waitstaff don't want a minimum. But anyway, we'll talk with harder bunny about all those things at three o'clock. He is he's he's my my union thug. He's my go-to union. And I say that with great affection. So that's the plan on the show tomorrow. We'll have on at three o'clock tomorrow for an hour in studio will have on the the brand new New Mexico Commissioner of public lands. Stephanie Garcia Richard a week well week from yesterday next Tuesday will be doing the show entire show over at the state capital. Part of the session. All right on Wall Street today. The Dow was up today. One hundred seventy one points Dow is up one seventy one finished trading today. Twenty four thousand five hundred seventy six NASDAQ was up five points. It was up five points finish trading today. Seven thousand and twenty six and the S and P was up about six points today. Finished at twenty six thirty nine NASDAQ one hundred seventy one to mean, Dow up one hundred seventy one NASDAQ and S and P up little over five points. The national news reporting right nephew didn't hear earlier started off his show reading the letter which I could read again from Nancy Pelosi to the president disinvited the president to deliver these data the union next Tuesday. In the house chambers. So Nancy Pelosi San well. We're not going to what would it take the Senate and the house have to? Agree on a concurrent resolution. To invite the president for the state of the union. Now, the house is a little more important. When it comes to the state of the union because the house is is big enough to hold both the Senate and the house, where's the Senate is not. So Nancy Pelosi today. Disinvited the president. President. Did it of course, respond when asked by reporters on TV he made a face and said he was disappointed. Not surprised. The national news reporting that the president is looking is now looking for another venue. Would it shock anybody if the venue? He chose was one of his own hotels. They converted the former post office building, the Trump hotel in DC. Where he's been raking in raking in cash while being president. I mean, would that be would that just be too much? Well, we're going to have it in my hotel. Why not I'll give myself a good deal. Everybody can come have dinner, and we'll give you know, give them five percent off. Anybody be I wouldn't be surprised about. I'm surprised that he didn't have the surrogates out there floating it right now just to see the action reaction. Well, Nancy won't let me do it in in the house that we're going to do it at the Trump hotel, Washington DC. Which is on lease. By the Trump organization from the federal government. The building itself. So interesting interesting stuff. All right. Couple quick local news things that you might want to be interested in one is the governor is going to be part of clean energy conference here in Santa Fe. Get the date right here. This will take place..

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Some breaking news Michael Cohen, just announcing that he will testify publicly testify before congress about his work. For president Pinocchio. Michael Cohen, President Trump. Former personal lawyer fixer. Aka Ray Donovan in his own mind. Implicated him in a scheme to pay hush money to two women claiming to have had affairs with him has agreed to testify before the house oversight committee next month and give a full incredible account of his work for Mr. Trump's quickly things change when you change leadership in the house or the capitol. Anything else? They're moving moving in the right direction to Michael Cohen has agreed. To testify also moving quickly change, a leadership in New Mexico state land office yesterday, we told you that the Newsday land Commissioner Stephanie Garcia Richard would sign an executive order outlined banning killing contests on state trust land. She did so today. Fantastic. She did. So today moving quickly, folks. And she was joined by a whole host of organizations. Let's see who was there with her animal protection voters. The Sierra Club project Coyote wild earth, guardians prairie dog pals wildlife conservation advocacy, southwest signed it today at the state land office with all those people in attendance the few minutes ago. Sierra Club issued a statement on the signing of this executive order banning the killing contests Sierra Club saying on Thursday link. Commissioners deafening Garcia, Richard who will be here for an hour. Two weeks from today announced a ban on cruel Coyote killing contest on the nine point five million acres of state trust land ban. Also applies to other non protected species. No mass genocide of animals on state.

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"garcia richard" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Yeah, you're right. We do. I mean, it's that's one of the really exciting things for me. It's not just the year of the women here. It's the year of first women. So we've got half of the top of our ticket or women. We have Michelle Luhan Grisham running for governor. We have two women running for congress, have Holland in district one and so t toward a small district to we have outstanding woman running for re election to secretary of state in magnitude Oliver. And then we have definitely Garcia Richard running for land Commissioner. When she's elected to that position, she'll be the first woman to hold it. We've got thirty women running for state rep. Presentative and all five of our candidates for the court of appeals are women in when they win the court of appeals of the eighty percent women. Wow, that's super exciting. It is. It is an interested in in knowing a little bit about the demographics of New Mexico. I know it's a fairly diverse state and I that's very exciting on the one hand but can present certain challenges for candidates on on the other hand, can you tuck little bit about sort of the the demographic makeup of New Mexico? It was just gonna mention that because New Mexico is one of a minority majority state got his recall, Hispanic population is about forty, seven percent of of the state native Americans make up about eleven percent. We call it the rest of Anglos or African Americans. African Americans are small percentage, two percent, and the rest of us are Anglos, and and. And we are diverse and we're, we call ourselves land of enchantment, but we can also be the land of tolerance. So we do. We have a multicultural environment where we respect one another and encourage one another, just exceed what it some of the primary issues that you're seeing in New Mexico right now, what are what are people concerned with what our candidates, the democratic candidates, sort of hoping to work on when they get into office. So we're, we constantly fight for good jobs for all new Mexicans and at a livable wage, and we're fighting for education when New Mexico unfortunately has been at the bottom of a lot of rating scales of what's good for kids and families in the state, what's good for economic development, and we're really fighting to turn that all around this year. We have, we have a tremendous opportunity because we have a surplus in our general fund for the first time in a long time due to a big oil strike in the Permian basin, which is in the southeast part of our state, we, we're going gonna have extra money this year, and people are really excited about that and about the.

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"garcia richard" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"garcia richard" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"These movies these big fun popcorn bigscreen old art deco film theater so i will see it also opening this week book club with four stellar actresses including jane fonda candice bergen diane keaton and mary steenburgen i've never heard of these women i think they've got a future or women or gals valid gals or women of a certain age in their sixties and seventies jane never married candies divorced diane's widowed and mary's marriage has lost its spark and the guys include done johnson andy garcia richard dreyfuss and craig t nelson i watch this great cast with a group of women about my age on mother's day oh you went to that one okay and ruhr with left and when craig t nelson yes there's a moment he has a moment wouldn't marry stained burgeon yes 'naked a viagra pill into craig's beer and he ratings ensue to the wall they just roar stephanie that's the point where i thought oh my god this is grandma's version of sex and the city hack i wrote that in my notebook atc it's in my notes and i had the same experience i got to see it last night at the rc hollywood theater in our beauties and if you haven't had a chance to see a movie at the rc hollywood theater in our beauties you're missing out because really between dc and both darling town are butte maryland and it's sort of an old fashioned main street who town square and they have this beautiful i don't know what year but it's just it's vintage theater it's kind of an old fashioned independent it's not a multiple has more than one screen but it's just reminds you of going to the movies the way we used to but they have deluxe seating i mean it's state of the art in terms of the presentation but we had such a good time and i had the same experience of people just.

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