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My View: Gonzales — protecting the environment, youth

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Posted: Saturday, February 8, 2014 7:00 pm

Some of my fondest memories are of visiting my grandfather on Canyon Road. Abuelo taught me about the acequias, the beauty of Santa Fe and the responsibility we have to cherish the blessings we’ve been given.

Much is often made between old Santa Fe and new, but the beauty of our community is not only in our diversity but in what we hold in common.

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