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CHANGE IN LOCATION!!
Due to the high interest in tomorrow's Chamber Luncheon, the location of the Luncheon is changed to Rubia's at 116 S. Main Ave. behind the HUB.

We look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow! 

 

 

 

MAY 2017

tHE CHANGING FACE OF BUSINESS

The oil industry is coming back, slowly but surely and the Four Corners has seen new rigs and new drilling taking place these past few months.

However, as one industry begins to strengthen, another is threatened with the possibility of more than 1,700 coal jobs could possibly go away. Here is an excerpt from an article that appeared on the Four Corners Economic Development website:

We are currently facing new threats to our longstanding coal industry in the Four Corners region. Thank you to all the folks that attended the scoping sessions last week. The San Juan Coal Company (SJCC) mine that serves the San Juan Generating Station (SJGS) was subject to public scoping meetings with regard to an “Environmental Impact Statement” (see below for details).

This study requires them to re-evaluate their impacts on the environment in San Juan County, including the economy. Should this study come back negatively, it could result in the mine and the plant closing as soon as 2019. As such, we need your voice at the table with regards to the positive impacts of the jobs and business this mine generates for the community, as well as how the closure could negatively impact your business or livelihood.

We encourage you to please submit comment with regards to this potential closure through the following channels no later than May 8th: 

Please send comments to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. OR mail/courier to:

Gretchen Pinkham, OSMRE

c/o Catalyst Environmental Solutions

P.O. Box 56539

Sherman, CA 91413

To read the complete version, to access additional links and to learn more, visit the following link: disappearhttp://4cornersed.com/?project=help-save-700-local-jobs

 

DOES YOUR BUSINESS REQUIRE NTTCS?

Are you a business that requires NTTCs (Non-Taxable Transaction Certificates)? An NTTC is commonly used to avoid double and triple-charging gross receipts tax (GRT) as a product goes through production or manufacturing or sales.

For example, you could be buying supplies for your company. If you paid tax to your supplier, then charged tax again to a customer who paid for your product or item, the GRT would have been collected twice. If you do and cannot prove that no tax was owed, you may be liable for the uncollected amount. You may even be accepting official documents from customers stamped by the State of New Mexico saying that they didn’t have to pay tax.

Go to the following web link to learn more:

http://financenewmexico.org/articles/general-business-advice/mind-nttcs-avoid-penalties-verify-document-accuracy/

 

BUSINESSES INVESTING IN THE AZTEC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

We are pleased to announce the following businesses have joined Aztec Chamber of Commerce:

·         Aztec Chiropractic Center (318 E. Chuska St., Aztec, (505) 334-3633 – Dr. Summer Graham offering chiropractic services and more; now open)

Ribbon cutting is May 10 at 4pm at 318 E. Chuska in Aztec.

·         Cedar Point Vista, LLC (711 N. Light Plant Road, Aztec. (505) (505) 333-6002 – Quality firewood sales; now open)Crane Insurance: (1524 W. Aztec Blvd., (505) 330-6599 – Offering a variety of insurance lines to meet your business, farm & ranch, and personal needs; now open)

·         Garrison Graphics: (212 S Court Ave, Farmington, (505) 325-5462 – Commercial Printers; Aztec Businesses can now order their business cards, brochures, flyers, catalogs and more in bulk; open now. Ribbon cutting is May 17 at 10 am.)

·         Hegarty Investment Logic, LLC: (209 East Blanco Street, Aztec, (505) 334-7173; Looking for a full-service financial firm committed to helping people pursue their financial goals? Call now for your professional and personal needs.)

·         Lil Aztec Flower Shop: (101 N Main Street, Aztec(505) 334-7208 – Visit owner Susan Aguirre for your holiday, business and everyday needs. Everything is made with love!

      Productive Outcomes:(1909 E 20th St., Ste. 5, Farmington, (505) 324-6328 – Ron Price is a speaker, consultant, mediator, journalist, humorist and more. Ribbon cutting is in June. Visit our website to learn more!)

      Tuff Shed(2430 W. Aztec Blvd., Aztec – Creating garages, cabin shells and custom structures too along with building solutions and happy customers along the way; opening April 21!)

      Wings & Wheels  (Aztec Municipal Airport, Aztec – (505) 419-1248; a fun-filled  event with more than 400 cars, airplanes & airshows, music, dancing, vendors, food, and more. Event is May, 5, 6 & 7th. Wings & Wheels  is open to the public! Ribbon cutting is May 2 at 10 am at the airport.

 

Visit the Aztec Chamber of Commerce Face Book Page or the Aztec Chamber of Commerce Website beginning May 1 to view ribbon cutting dates for the businesses listed above or look for a special email announcing scheduled ribbon cuttings. Ribbon cuttings are open to the public. Join us to support and promote these companies.

New and existing Chamber Members don’t forget to call to schedule your orientation for your NEW benefits package. If you can’t come to us, we will come to you! Call Vangie Neil at the Chamber: (505) 334-7646 or email us to learn more at www.aztecchamber.com

Thank you for your consideration and investment in the Chamber.

AARP FOUNDATION WORK FOR YOURSELF@50+ WORKSHOPS

We are very excited to announce that our AARP Foundation Work for Yourself@50+ grant has been extended until the end of the year. This means we will be scheduling more workshops and will be able to include some of the outlying areas. Work for Yourself@50+ has also been translated into Spanish, so look for announcements of our first Spanish language workshop.  Contact Director, Judy Castleberry at the San Juan College Enterprise Center at (505) 566-3699 to learn more.

UPCOMING BUSINESS LUNCHEON & BUSNESS-AFTER-HOURS 

Luncheon: May 17- Haegerty Investment Logic, LLC. Guest speakers are Bryan & Stacy Haegerty who will talk about protecting your investments: “Active Management Strategies - Protecting your Investments.”                                                    

 

Business-After-Hours: May 24 - Aztec Municipal Golf Course Entry is $3 Members & Non-Members. The event is open to the public. Come tour the course, View the newly renovated meeting room and taste great food provided by Ruby’s.

 

Written by Vangie Garza Neil

Writer/Neil Agency Auctioneers

Vice President, Aztec Chamber of Commerce

 

The Aztec Chamber of Commerce is not part of the City of Aztec. The Chamber does not receive funding from the City of Aztec with the exception of their annual membership. The work we do and its support is based solely on your chamber membership dues and the Chamber’s fundraising events. We felt it was important for you to know that as our role is to be your voice in so many levels.

Aztec Chamber of Commerce

Inside The Aztec HUB
119 S. Church Ave.
Aztec, NM 87410
(505) 334-7646
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