RUIDOSO MIDTOWN ASSOCIATION

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RUIDOSO MIDTOWN – MAY 15, 2020 UPDATE

HERE IS LINCOLN COUNTY’S PLAN TO RE-ENGAGE THE ECONOMY – MAY 5, 2020

Mayor Lynn Crawford released today Executive Order 2020-08 providing public safety guidance and Village of Ruidoso participation in the development of a soft blueprint for how Lincoln County’s economy might begin to restart. The plan, a set of criteria contained in three-phases, provides Covid-19 Safety Practices (CSPs) for individuals, healthcare providers, employers, and retailers beginning May 15, 2020, when the amended May 1, 2020, NM Emergency Public Health Stay-at-Home order is scheduled to expire. Please note that by order of the Governor, the State is currently in the Preparation Phase that precedes Phase One. The Village of Ruidoso plan will move from phase to phase in accordance with Governor moving the State of New Mexico from phase to phase as it is deemed safe to do so.

The plan, Reopen Lincoln County: A Plan to Safely Re-Engage Our Economy, was ratified on May 4 at a special meeting of the Village Council and developed in coordination with Lincoln County, The Village of Ruidoso, Capitan, Corona, and Ruidoso Downs. With careful consideration for public health and civil and economic rights, it offers a safe way forward for local businesses that have been battered as the economy reels and residents who are weary of the current precautions.

Intended as a living document to be adapted as necessary, the plan relies heavily on progress in key areas of public health and a complex formula of expert and governmental guidelines.

HERE IS LINCOLN COUNTY’S PLAN TO RE-ENGAGE THE ECONOMY – MAY 5, 2020

Mayor Lynn Crawford released today Executive Order 2020-08 providing public safety guidance and Village of Ruidoso participation in the development of a soft blueprint for how Lincoln County’s economy might begin to restart. The plan, a set of criteria contained in three-phases, provides Covid-19 Safety Practices (CSPs) for individuals, healthcare providers, employers, and retailers beginning May 15, 2020, when the amended May 1, 2020, NM Emergency Public Health Stay-at-Home order is scheduled to expire. Please note that by order of the Governor, the State is currently in the Preparation Phase that precedes Phase One. The Village of Ruidoso plan will move from phase to phase in accordance with Governor moving the State of New Mexico from phase to phase as it is deemed safe to do so.

The plan, Reopen Lincoln County: A Plan to Safely Re-Engage Our Economy, was ratified on May 4 at a special meeting of the Village Council and developed in coordination with Lincoln County, The Village of Ruidoso, Capitan, Corona, and Ruidoso Downs. With careful consideration for public health and civil and economic rights, it offers a safe way forward for local businesses that have been battered as the economy reels and residents who are weary of the current precautions.

Intended as a living document to be adapted as necessary, the plan relies heavily on progress in key areas of public health and a complex formula of expert and governmental guidelines.

 

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TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF SIGNAGE ENFORCEMENT EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY DUE TO COVID-19 – MAY 1, 2020

“The Village of Ruidoso has a commitment to limit the hardship and exposure of economic catastrophe resulting from the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak on our local businesses, and these updated policies will help everyone during this ongoing public health crisis.”

Mayor Lynn Crawford and the Village of Ruidoso today announced updated enforcement regulations for temporary signage.

To address the needs of businesses adversely impacted during the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency, effective immediately, the Village of Ruidoso will temporally suspend enforcement of Chapter 54 Division 5 by Executive Order 2020-07 to allow for temporary signs in order to promote their businesses that are operating under the restrictions of new State guidelines for retail operations during the ongoing public health emergency. 

Learn more about the preparation phase for reopening, here.

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         The Ruidoso Midtown Association will play a  role in supporting small business during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. New Mexico MainStreet communities are actively engaging and supporting business through the recovery process and procedures available. The Ruidoso Midtown Association is seeking guidance from the Local Governing Body and community agencies to develop plans to mitigate economic impact of the virus. RMA  is coordination a COVID-19 Impact Survey for community businesses in response to measuring the impact of the virus. 

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