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Call for La Voz Submissions due this Friday, Nov. 14th!

****We have extended the submission deadline to Friday, November 14th @ 5 PM****
Dear Community and Friends,

We are currently seeking short and informative articles to be considered for publication in our CESOSS publication – La Voz, 2nd Special Edition on the Santolina Master Plan. This is our opportunity to raise more awareness in our communities. This edition of La Voz will center on the question posed by Paul Lusk:

1) should we continue the outward sprawl of Albuquerque into new areas beyond the adopted Development Areas of the Comprehensive Plan, or 2) should we focus our physical and tax-based resources to maintain and enhance the livability, viability and sustainability of the already utility-served and committed areas?

Guidelines to be considered:

* Up to 700 words

* Uses a critical angle in addressing key issues related to the Santolina Master Plan (e.g. issues related to water, farming and agriculture, acequias, Land Grant, inconsistencies in Santolina Master Plan, political analysis, health impacts, transportation, etc.)

* Up to 2 images can be included (send in JPEG or PDF format)

We are especially looking for informative articles that help readers understand why the Santolina Master Plan is problematic at this given time. You can view the La Voz First Special Edition at – http://www.cesoss.org/assets/la-voz_santolinafinallogos.pdf

Please send your written pieces no later than FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH.

If you have any questions, contact the editors of La Voz at info@cesoss.org.

Thank you.

Center for Social Sustainable Systems (CESOSS)

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