The past 100 years, April 14, 2019
From the Santa Fe New Mexican:
April 14, 1919: Uncle Absolutely Hasn’t Been Bit By Gubernatorial Bug
Pankey Vigorously Denies Story In Various Papers; For Renomination of Governor Larrazolo And Wouldn’t Accept It Himself.
“I am very glad you have called my attention to this,” said Acting Governor Pankey when his notice was directed to an article which has appeared the past week in a number of state papers all proposing him as a candidate for the republican nomination for governor in 1920.
“I wish you would permit me to deny it most emphatically,” he said.
April 14, 1969: The building falls and a monument staggers but the institution goes on.
The old St. Michael’s High School building is standing on its last legs as Rios Freight Lines continues to raze the area to make way for further expansion of the capitol complex.
The brick building stood for 41 years before it succumbed to workmen’s blows. It housed a college, then a high school over a 39-year span and withstood the rumbling of those many feet.
April 14, 1994: Residential developments that are made up of at least 25 percent affordable housing should be given rush status in the application process for building permits, members of the Santa Fe City Council decided Wednesday.
The council unanimously approved a resolution sponsored by Mayor Debbie Jaramillo that directed city staff members to prepare proposals that would allow urgency to be assigned to affordable projects.