Much ado about… nothing? ATC Coda

We thought we finished our series on the ATC Charter Story.  But… ATC, it turns out, cannot move into the Kuane building after all.  Why? The City of Santa Fe amended its land use ordinance to require a permit from the City before any school can move into any school building.  Really? So…why not just get the permit?  Well because the school district (a state entity) does not acknowledge that the City has the right to require such a permit and the district won’t apply for it.  Really again?  Oh and guess who IS moving into the Kuane building without the permit from the City?  Sweeny (pictured above) until its construction is finished.  Also Jim Atwood has a New Mexico Minute on another bottom ranking for New Mexico — clumsiness?

Listen to the show (13 min)

Listen to ATC Parts III and III for the WHOLE  story…

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The Santa Fe New Mexican has done a great job covering the ATC story. Support our local papers by subscribing!  Here is the latest installment of their many excellent articles on this subject:

ATC postpones move to Kaune
Robert Nott | The New Mexican
Posted: Friday, April 27, 2012

And the Albuquerque Journal on Sweeny moving into the Kuane building.

Sweeney Not Ready for School
T.S. Last / Journal Staff Writer  Tue, Jul 31, 2012

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One Response to Much ado about… nothing? ATC Coda

  1. Susan Miller says:

    Good one! Again.

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