Clovis to award four keys


June 5, 2019

CLOVIS — The Clovis city commission plans to hand out four keys to the city, a pair of employee awards, two proclamations and maybe a contract and lawsuit when it meets Thursday night.

Plenty of awards and proclamations are on the agenda for the 5:15 p.m. meeting at the North Annex of the Clovis-Carver Public Library, including a proclamation for this week’s Pioneer Days celebration and keys to the city for four guests of the festivities. Miss Rodeo America Taylor McNair, Miss Turquoise Circuit Jamee Middagh, Miss Rodeo New Mexico Savanah Welbourne and Miss New Mexico State Fair Queen Alyssa Marable are scheduled to receive the keys to the city.

The city will also recognize Chance Chenault of the Clovis Fire Department as distinguished supervisor of the quarter and Melissa Peacock of the city finance department as top line employee.

A proclamation will also be presented in honor of the Juneteenth holiday, set for celebration June 15 at Potter Park.

Other items on the Thursday agenda include:

• A contract with Capitol Consultants for $50,000 for legislative advocacy — $40,000 of federal services and $10,000 for state services. The contract also includes travel expenses not to exceed $4,500.

• Consideration to enter into litigation against various manufacturers and suppliers of opioids, similar to suits filed by 14 New Mexico counties (including Curry County) and various New Mexico cities.

The city would pay Robles, Rael and Anaya, P.C. of Albuquerque if damages are awarded, with the law firm’s fee set at 25 percent.


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