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BRUCE KRASNOW

Business Beat

Posted: Monday, June 16, 2014 7:00 pm | Updated: 9:49 pm, Mon Jun 16, 2014.

Perhaps the residential construction market in Santa Fe is finally catching some wind in its sails.

The April numbers from the Department of Workforce Solutions shows a year-over-year gain in construction-related jobs as the sector added 600 positions from a year earlier — the largest numeric gain in eight years.

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  • Gregorio Ambrosini posted at 4:45 pm on Wed, Jun 18, 2014.

    Gregorio Ambrosini Posts: 56

    Where do you plan on getting the water? This is a fantasy piece Realtors puke out every so often. I've heard it all before, and without your own physical water you do not build. We're not talking paper water, but the real thing and you ain't got it. It's always good t be positive , if more housing is positive. But this propaganda piece only gives people false hope, so they spend their money on a lie.

     

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