Friday, October 8, 2010

Re: [MISP] Now does this sound familiar

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Jon is correct, in fact it is a common MOA that laws are passed but
no money is appropriated to implement the law or appointments are
not made in a timely fashion to run the programs by the Governor's
office. Between November and January whom ever is elected must be
lobbied on the importance of getting the appointments made and
keeping NM competitive with other states in attracting business to
the state, and must include small and independent projects.


On Oct 8, 2010, at 12:37 PM, Jon Hendry wrote:

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> Hate to disagree Adam but the Governors office appoint the Film
> office and that's the key. 25% barely keeps us in
> the game these days. I don't think Martinez will touch this as she
> will have enough fights on her hands but she
> wont have to. Without an engaged, active film office were dead in
> the water anyway. No harm in talking to your
> Leg candidates. I have 16 years of voting records if you want.
> ba480
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