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  • 06/16/2016 9:06 AM | Nancy Carpenter (Administrator)

    Residents, Members, Friends and Neighbors,

    Commissioner Johnson asked us to forward you a copy of the Bernalillo County’s Emergency Manager’s latest fire situation report plus an update from Bernalillo County Sheriff Capt. Joshua Campos.  As usual please share with your Association members, family and friends in the East Mountains.  Commissioner Johnson has also asked me to remind you prepare your “Go Bags” and develop a plan  for your animals on the chance the fire spreads and it impacts your area. Information on the contents of a “Go Bag” plus other critical information will be posted on Commissioner Johnson’s Bernalillo County Webpage

    Bernco.gov/District-5


    The fire continued to burn and grow throughout the night. However, I am being told that the growth was only 20 acres which was a lot better than what was projected. There have been some confirmed lost structures and homes to the fire in the Tahique area just south of the Bernalillo County line. From the weather predictions we are getting today there is going to be higher winds, lower humidity, and increased temperatures today and into tomorrow. These weather conditions will help the fire grow and continue to travel northeasterly. There continues to be an evacuation order in place for the communities I mentioned yesterday and the shelter at Los Vecinos has about 12 evacuees at this time.


    I have sent the graveyard squad of ERT home for the morning to get some rest.The National Guard has a contingent of 20+ personnel standing by at the EACC. I will assign these folks to continue evacuation notifications in Escabosa and Ponderosa neighborhoods. These personnel will only be on scene until 11:00am. Prior to that I will meet with the national Guard commander and we will decide in conjunction with Fire and OEM if we should get a second relief contingent of National Guard to replace them. At this time I do not have any “extra” deputies up here as I have been sending the ERT personnel home. Given that it is fat Thursday I should have enough deputies on shift to handles calls for service as well as continue with road blocks and assistance to National Guard for evacuation notifications.There is an all hands meeting planned for 10:00am today at the Torrance County courthouse which I am planning on attending.


    Tito O. Madrid

    Commission Assistant
    Bernalillo County
    O: (505) 468-7212
    C: (505) 239-6688



  • 06/15/2016 11:54 PM | Nancy Carpenter (Administrator)

    Dear Members and Residents of the East Mountains:

    For updated information about the fire, visit https://www.facebook.com/Dog-Head-Fire-Information-285293221817495/.


    For Immediate Release

    June 15, 2016

    youtubeicon.jpglogo_facebook.pngwww.bernco.gov

    Contact: Andy Lenderman

    alenderman@bernco.gov

    O. (505) 314-0403

    C. (505) 414-0485


    BernCo Opens Los Vecinos Community Center to Families Displaced by Dog Head Fire


    Los Vecinos Community Center located at 478 ½ Old Highway 66 in Tijeras

    Bernalillo County – Bernalillo County has opened Los Vecinos Community Center in Tijeras to people who have evacuated their homes because of the Dog Head forest fire in the Manzano Mountains.

    The community center is located at 478 ½ Old Highway 66 in Tijeras. The phone is (505) 314-0240.

    The community center will stay open throughout the night to accept families. Animals are also accepted.

    “Now is the time for residents in the south 337 area to prepare to leave their homes on short notice,” says Commission Vice Chair Wayne Johnson, whose district includes the East Mountain area. “Residents should have their ‘go bags’ ready and make preparations to move their animals should an evacuation become necessary.”

    If anyone needs assistance with sheltering livestock, contact Bernalillo County 468-PETS or 311 for the City of Albuquerque.


    A more complete list of emergency prep guidelines are attached.

    For updated information about the fire, visit https://www.facebook.com/Dog-Head-Fire-Information-285293221817495/.


    About Bernalillo County

    Bernalillo County is 1,160 square miles and is New Mexico’s most populous county with more than 674,000 residents. Bernalillo County government provides a wide range of public services to residents who live in Albuquerque, Los Ranchos and Tijeras and the 111,000 residents who live outside the village and city limits in the unincorporated areas of the county.  Bernalillo County employs approximately 2,500 people and has an annual operating budget and capital investments of more than $500 million. Elected officials include five county commissioners, assessor, clerk, probate judge, sheriff and treasurer.    

     

    HOW TO BE PREPARED

    For evacuation purposes, know all escape routes within your home.

    Designate a family meeting place and make sure everyone is accounted

    for.

    Make a list of your emergency contacts, including out of state

    relatives/friends to advise them of your current status and location.

    Know how to turn off water, gas and electricity.

    Listen to radio news broadcasts on a battery-operated radio

    Prepare an emergency kit that you can carry with you

    Don’t forget your pets and their supplies. (More information about animals

    care ahead).

     

    HOME READINESS KIT

    A Home Readiness Kit is a vital precaution for every family in case of an

    emergency.

    Assemble the following items to last THREE DAYS FOR EACH MEMBER OF

    YOUR FAMILY


    WATER: One gallon per person per day. Store water in sealed, unbreakable

    containers.


    FOOD: Non perishable, packaged or canned food that will not spoil and a

    manual can opener. Powdered or canned milk. Hard candy, sugar, salt and

    pepper. Canned heat (Sterno©). Don’t forget pet food if you have pets.


    CLOTHING: A change of clothing, rain gear, sturdy shoes, hats, gloves,

    sunglasses, rubber boots, extra blankets or sleeping bags.


    SUPPLIES: A battery-powered radio, matches, and lighter, candles,

    flashlight and plenty of extra batteries. Plastic plates, utensils, plastic storage

    containers, paper, pencils and duct tape.


    FIRST AID KIT: Bandages, gauze, tape, alcohol and/or peroxide, aspirin or

    non-aspirin pain relief, antacid, laxative, anti-diarrhea medication, antiseptic

    and eye wash.


    MONEY: Credit cards and cash


    DOCUMENTS: Essential family documents, vital records, physician contact

    information, and contact names and telephone numbers, placed in a fireproof,

    waterproof container.


    SPECIAL NEEDS: Baby items, formula, medication, toys and books. Items

    for the elderly and those with special needs.


    BE PREPARED TO EVACUATE

    You may be asked to prepare to evacuate if a situation has the potential of

    escalating to the point where evacuation is required. During this time, authorities

    will take action to alleviate the emergency and will prepare for an orderly

    evacuation, should it become necessary.

    Listen to news broadcasts on radio and/or television for further evacuation

    information. If you are at home, you should gather any clothing and medication

    you will need for a few days away from home.

     

    SPECIAL HELP

    If you are bedridden, wheelchair bound, handicapped, or medically unable to

    evacuate and you are without the assistance or need help evacuation, please call

    911 and request assistance for evacuation during an emergency. (Please be

    ready to provide information about medical condition or mobility problem).

     

    Local government officials, not the Red Cross, issue evacuation orders when

    disaster threatens. Listen to local radio and television reports. If local officials ask

    you to leave, do so immediately!


    If you have only moments before leaving, grab these things and go!

    Medical supplies: prescription medications and dentures.

    Disaster supplies: flashlight, batteries, radio, first aid kit, bottled water

    Clothing and bedding: a change of clothes and a sleeping bag or bedroll

    and pillow for each household member

    Car keys and keys to the place you may be going (friend's or relative's

    home)

     

    GATHER ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES AND PAPERS

    You will need the following supplies when you leave your home; put them

    all together in a duffle bag or other large container in advance:

    Flashlight with plenty of extra batteries

    Battery-powered radio with extra batteries

    First aid kit

    Prescription medications in their original bottle, plus copies of the

    prescriptions

    Eyeglasses (with a copy of the prescription)

    Water (at least one gallon per person is recommended; more is better)

    Foods that do not require refrigeration or cooking

    Items that infants and elderly household members may require

    Medical equipment and devices such as dentures, crutches, prostheses,

    etc.

    Change of clothes for each household member

    Sleeping bag or bedroll and pillow for each household member

    Checkbook, cash, and credit cards

    Map of the area


    Important papers to take with you:

    o Driver's license or personal identification

    o Social Security card

    o Proof of residence (deed or lease)

    o Insurance policies

    o Birth and marriage certificates

    o Stocks, bonds, and other negotiable certificates

    o Wills, deeds, and copies of recent tax returns


    CARING FOR ANIMALS

    Animals also are affected by disasters. Use the guidelines below to prepare a

    plan for caring for pets and large animals.


    Guidelines for Pets

    Plan for pet disaster needs by:

    o Identifying shelter.

    o Gathering pet supplies.

    o Ensuring your pet has proper ID and up-to-date veterinarian records.

    o Providing a pet carrier and leash.

    o Take the following steps to prepare to shelter your pet:

    o Call your local animal shelter, or animal control office to get advice and

    information.

    o Keep veterinary records to prove vaccinations are current.

    o Find out which local hotels and motels allow pets and where pet boarding

    facilities are located. Be sure to research some outside your local area in

    case local facilities close.

    Know that, with the exception of service animals, pets are not typically permitted

    in emergency shelters as they may affect the health and safety of other

    occupants.


    Guidelines for Large Animals

    If you have large animals such as horses, cattle, sheep, goats, or pigs on your

    property, be sure to prepare before a disaster.

    Use the following guidelines:

    o Ensure all animals have some form of identification.

    o Evacuate animals whenever possible. Map out primary and secondary

    routes in advance.

    o Make available vehicles and trailers needed for transporting and

    supporting each type of animal. Also make available experienced handlers

    and drivers. (Note: It is best to allow animals a chance to become

    accustomed to vehicular travel so they are less frightened and easier to

    move.)

    Ensure pets have food, water, veterinary care, and handling equipment

    when they reach their destination.

    o If evacuation is not possible, animal owners must decide whether to move

    large animals, shelter, or turn them loose.


  • 06/04/2016 12:09 PM | Nancy Carpenter (Administrator)

    EM Residents,

     

         Matt Rau, FMO for the Sandia Ranger District, has informed us that the Pino Fire status has not changed since last evening's update. Since relatively nothing has changed in the last 24 hours, and unless something significant occurs on this fire, this will be the last update for the Pino Fire.

     

         A strong thunderstorm cell moved through the EM region this evening around 4 - 5 pm, south of I-40.  Please maintain your situational awareness. The Pino Fire was started by lightning from a similar cell on June 1st. 

     

         The USFS is closely monitoring the Pino Fire, so please do not call 911 to report this fire again. But, if you see or smell any smoke anywhere else call 911 immediately. EMIFPA wants you to "Report it, don't ignore it!!"

     

    John Helmich

    EMIFPA Community Education Outreach Coordinator

     

    EMIFPA web site

     

    EMIFPA Facebook site

     

    Twitter: @EMIFPA_NM

  • 06/03/2016 12:07 PM | Nancy Carpenter (Administrator)

    EM Residents,

     

         This morning there is no change in the Pino Fire. Matt Rau, Sandia Ranger District FMO, contacted us this morning with the following information. Smoke will be visible (especially from the west side of Sandia Peak) for the next several days. Fire fighting crews have established access to the fire, but at this time they will only monitor the fire since no change has been detected on the fire, and it is extremely dangerous (due to the location of the fire) for personnel.

     

         U.S. Forest Service crews are aware and on-site at this fire. Please do not call 911 to report this fire. The 911 service has dispatched crews and they are on this fire. Unless you have a new fire start to report, please do not report this fire to 911 again.

     

         That being said, EMIFPA always encourages you to stay engaged and prepared for the potential wildfire disaster in our homeland. Remember, if you see or smell smoke, always call 911 immediately. Report it, don't ignore it!!

     

    John Helmich

    EMIFPA Community Education Outreach Coordinator

     

    EMIFPA web site

     

    EMIFPA Facebook site

     

    Twitter: @EMIFPA_NM

  • 06/02/2016 1:22 PM | Nancy Carpenter (Administrator)

    EM Residents,

     

         Sandia Ranger District FMO Matt Rau has informed us that there is a small fire (1/2 acre estimated) burning on Sandia Peak. The fire is located on the west side of Sandia Peak, approximately 1/2 mile south of the Tram, and approximately 500 feet below the ridge. The fire is in a steep, rugged area of the mountain, and at this time the Sandia Ranger District wildfire personnel are monitoring the fire. It is unfeasible to send personnel into this area due to the high level of danger, but as stated, they are actively monitoring this fire. We will send to you all updates we receive as we receive them.

     

         EMIFPA always encourages you to stay engaged and prepared for the potential wildfire disaster in our homeland. Remember, if you see or smell smoke, always call 911 immediately. Report it, don't ignore it!!

     

    John Helmich

    EMIFPA Community Education Outreach Coordinator

     

    EMIFPA web site

     

    EMIFPA Facebook site

     

    Twitter: @EMIFPA_NM

  • 06/02/2016 1:21 PM | Nancy Carpenter (Administrator)

     

    EM Residents,

     

         Matt Rau, FMO Sandia Ranger District, has informed us that there is no change in the status of the Pino Fire. The fire remains at approximately 1/10 of an acre (correction to previous report), and it is showing no movement or change in status. The cause was a thunderstorm yesterday evening around 7 pm. 40 lightning strikes were recorded from this storm, and 2 trees in the top of Pino Canyon are smoldering. Crews will remain on site overnight to insure there is no spread from the initial location.

     

         U.S. Forest Service crews are aware and on-site at this fire. Please do not call 911 to report this fire. The 911 service has dispatched crews and they are on this fire. Unless you have a new fire start to report, please do not report this fire to 911 again.

     

         That being said, EMIFPA always encourages you to stay engaged and prepared for the potential wildfire disaster in our homeland. Remember, if you see or smell smoke, always call 911 immediately. Report it, don't ignore it!!

     

    John Helmich

    EMIFPA Community Education Outreach Coordinator

     

    EMIFPA web site

     

    EMIFPA Facebook site

     

    Twitter: @EMIFPA_NM

  • 06/02/2016 11:53 AM | Nancy Carpenter (Administrator)

    East Mountain Chamber June 2016 Business Meeting Minutes by Tamne Robinson, Secretary 


    11.56 A.M. Thursday, 2 June 2016 meeting called to order by President Nancy Carpenter. 


    Pledge of Allegiance was recited and all members asked to silence cell phones. 


    Member introductions or members present at meeting: 

    Nancy Carpenter, Automated Systems Inc, Chamber President Bob Brittian, Creative Concepts, Member at Large George Jasielski, Appliance Service of New Mexico, Member Mary Dammann, ReMax Pros, Member Bob Jones, Sandia Mountain Lions Club, Chamber Treasurer Jose Esqualante, Wells Fargo, Member Jan Mc Nelis, The UPS Store, Member Todd Matson, GCC, Member John Helmich, EM interagency Fire Protection Association Trace Smith, EMHS Foundation, Member Paul Rothberg, East Mountain Directory, Member Geri Jones, Sandia Mountain Lions Club, Member Gail Rossi, Administrative Assistant Effie Medford, New Mexico Medical Center, Member Dan Kniffin, The Kniffin Team, Member Sue Marsh, Walking in Circles/Hug a Horse, Member Barbara Ormand, SASS, Member Roger Alley, Wild Life West, New Member Pastor & Melissa Carter, Legacy Church, Member Tamne Robinson, One Stop Office, Secretary Johnathan Ipiotis , Tillery Chevrolet, Member Stephanie O’Brian, Arukah Holistic Skin care, Andrew Spears, Edwar Jones Financial Adviser, Speaker New Member Myra Pancrazio, Estancia Valley Economic Assoc., (Help NM) Levi Diaz (Help NM) – Prospective Member Miles Copeland, Deputy Cabinet Secretary, NM aging and long term services, Speaker Stephanie Avery – Assisted Mile Copeland 


    John Helmich, East Mountain Fire Protection Agency – Stopped long enough to inform us that there was a fire south of Tramway that they were monitoring and were allowing to burn itself out because it was in an un-fightable area. 


    Hug a horse Flyer for their fundraising event June 11th , 10-3. 


    SASS Invite to their End of the Year Trail event, June 16th -26th, open to the public the 24th -25th at $5.00/person 


    Lions club is looking for used glasses. Call for a drop box location and all of the NM Medical doctor’s office has a box. 


    Legacy Church has offered their large auditorium for Chamber events. 


    Speaker #1: Andrew Spears, Financial Adviser for Edward Jones brought folders and talked about planning for retirement for a business owner. He states that this is less expensive than most people think and that we should call him to find out more information. 


    Speaker # 2: Cabinet Secretary Myles Copland speaking on behalf of aging and long-term Services for the state of NM. Stephanie Avery assisted him. HE stated The average age of the recipients receive NM Care is 80. 80+ population will increase to 80.5% of the population by 2030. The age of caregivers 45-64 continue to work and care for an elderly person. According to Mr. Copland the best thing an employer can do to assist caregivers is to be flexible and to direct employees to the aging and disability resource center (ADRC). The laws have changed concerning The family and medical leave act (FMLA). Whereas before a person had to take all their paid leave before qualifying for FMLA and now it can be mixed. Some paid some FMLA so that people can spread out their paid leave to avoid financial devastation. 


    The Treasurer Reports an approximate beginning balance of $7956.00 and approximate ending balance of $7087.00 $440 New Member, $1308 for expenses, $172 for meals, $129 for office supplies and non-food lunch supplies. 


    Members of the Month: Appliance Service of New Mexico, Floyd W. DeGrodt, CPA, Turquoise Trail Electric, LLC 


    Door Prize: Stephanie O’Brian – Akukah Holistic Skin Care 


    New Resident Packets: Tamne Robinson Recently had Surgery and they got put on hold. Will be putting together packets throughout June. 


    Website: Please check your information and make sure it is the way you want it. If you want to put ads or links on your page please Let Nancy Carpenter know. 


    Meeting adjourned at 12:30 PM per Nancy Carpenter, President 


    Respectfully Submitted: Tamne Robinson, East Mountain Chamber Secretary

  • 06/02/2016 11:53 AM | Nancy Carpenter (Administrator)

    East Mountain Chamber June 2016 Business Meeting Minutes by Tamne Robinson, Secretary 


    11.56 A.M. Thursday, 2 June 2016 meeting called to order by President Nancy Carpenter. 


    Pledge of Allegiance was recited and all members asked to silence cell phones. 


    Member introductions or members present at meeting: 

    Nancy Carpenter, Automated Systems Inc, Chamber President Bob Brittian, Creative Concepts, Member at Large George Jasielski, Appliance Service of New Mexico, Member Mary Dammann, ReMax Pros, Member Bob Jones, Sandia Mountain Lions Club, Chamber Treasurer Jose Esqualante, Wells Fargo, Member Jan Mc Nelis, The UPS Store, Member Todd Matson, GCC, Member John Helmich, EM interagency Fire Protection Association Trace Smith, EMHS Foundation, Member Paul Rothberg, East Mountain Directory, Member Geri Jones, Sandia Mountain Lions Club, Member Gail Rossi, Administrative Assistant Effie Medford, New Mexico Medical Center, Member Dan Kniffin, The Kniffin Team, Member Sue Marsh, Walking in Circles/Hug a Horse, Member Barbara Ormand, SASS, Member Roger Alley, Wild Life West, New Member Pastor & Melissa Carter, Legacy Church, Member Tamne Robinson, One Stop Office, Secretary Johnathan Ipiotis , Tillery Chevrolet, Member Stephanie O’Brian, Arukah Holistic Skin care, Andrew Spears, Edwar Jones Financial Adviser, Speaker New Member Myra Pancrazio, Estancia Valley Economic Assoc., (Help NM) Levi Diaz (Help NM) – Prospective Member Miles Copeland, Deputy Cabinet Secretary, NM aging and long term services, Speaker Stephanie Avery – Assisted Mile Copeland 


    John Helmich, East Mountain Fire Protection Agency – Stopped long enough to inform us that there was a fire south of Tramway that they were monitoring and were allowing to burn itself out because it was in an un-fightable area. 


    Hug a horse Flyer for their fundraising event June 11th , 10-3. 


    SASS Invite to their End of the Year Trail event, June 16th -26th, open to the public the 24th -25th at $5.00/person 


    Lions club is looking for used glasses. Call for a drop box location and all of the NM Medical doctor’s office has a box. 


    Legacy Church has offered their large auditorium for Chamber events. 


    Speaker #1: Andrew Spears, Financial Adviser for Edward Jones brought folders and talked about planning for retirement for a business owner. He states that this is less expensive than most people think and that we should call him to find out more information. 


    Speaker # 2: Cabinet Secretary Myles Copland speaking on behalf of aging and long-term Services for the state of NM. Stephanie Avery assisted him. HE stated The average age of the recipients receive NM Care is 80. 80+ population will increase to 80.5% of the population by 2030. The age of caregivers 45-64 continue to work and care for an elderly person. According to Mr. Copland the best thing an employer can do to assist caregivers is to be flexible and to direct employees to the aging and disability resource center (ADRC). The laws have changed concerning The family and medical leave act (FMLA). Whereas before a person had to take all their paid leave before qualifying for FMLA and now it can be mixed. Some paid some FMLA so that people can spread out their paid leave to avoid financial devastation. 


    The Treasurer Reports an approximate beginning balance of $7956.00 and approximate ending balance of $7087.00 $440 New Member, $1308 for expenses, $172 for meals, $129 for office supplies and non-food lunch supplies. 


    Members of the Month: Appliance Service of New Mexico, Floyd W. DeGrodt, CPA, Turquoise Trail Electric, LLC 


    Door Prize: Stephanie O’Brian – Akukah Holistic Skin Care 


    New Resident Packets: Tamne Robinson Recently had Surgery and they got put on hold. Will be putting together packets throughout June. 


    Website: Please check your information and make sure it is the way you want it. If you want to put ads or links on your page please Let Nancy Carpenter know. 


    Meeting adjourned at 12:30 PM per Nancy Carpenter, President 


    Respectfully Submitted: Tamne Robinson, East Mountain Chamber Secretary

  • 06/01/2016 6:20 AM | Nancy Carpenter (Administrator)

    Greetings from the East Mountain Chamber of Commerce!

     

    I am pleased to report that the intensive audit to update our website and make current our Membership information is nearly finished. At this point in time, we have at least 70 active (paid) members for 2016, with new applications coming in regularly.

     

    I'd like to take this opportunity to apologize to those who may have received requests for unpaid invoices that were erroneous. I assure you that I am working diligently with Gail, our new Administrator, to correct any existing deficiencies in our records prior to the current month. We are looking forward to having a clean slate to work from going forward.

     

    On that note, we are looking forward to our monthly luncheon meeting on Thursday, June 2nd at 11:30 a.m. at the Los Vecinos Community Center. We are excited to have the following speakers:

     

    1) New Member Speaker: Melanie Peak of Peak Performers will familiarize us with her business and what they do.

     

    2) Guest Speaker: Andrew Spears, Financial Advisor for Edward Jones will speak about how to plan for retirement as a business owner.

     

    3) Guest Speaker: Cabinet Secretary Myles Copeland and Deputy Cabinet Secretary Kyky Knowles will speak on behalf of Aging and Long-term Services for the State of NM. 

     

    Lunch will be provided by Trail Riders Pizza. The cost of the luncheon is $10 per person, which may be paid at the door that day. If you haven't already done so, please RSVP so we know how much delicious food we'll need prior to the day of the luncheon.

     

    WARNING! SPOILER ALERT: We are planning a fun-filled Summer Networking Celebration in July or August 2016 to Network and to Honor our local policemen, firemen, and first responders.  Stay tuned for more information or contact us if you want to nominate anyone to honor or help with the planning.

     

    We hope to be seeing many more friendly faces at our upcoming meetings and events, between new members and prospective new members, as we grow our Membership to serve our wonderful community.

     

    I urge you to log into the Chamber website soon and often to stay abreast of current affairs within the East Mountains. Go to the Directory tab to check out how your business is listed.  Make sure it is updated to your advantage.


    We invite you to please reach out to us with any suggestions, requests, feedback or input of any kind. Our goal is to provide the kind of support you look for from a Chamber of Commerce, and your participation is the key ingredient. 


    Sincerely,

    Nancy Carpenter

    East Mountain Chamber President



  • 05/23/2016 1:18 PM | Nancy Carpenter (Administrator)

    EM Residents,

     

         We have been enjoying this calm period in the midst of our fire season. Come join us this Thursday, May 26th 5:30 - 6:30 pm at the Tijeras (Bernalillo County) Public Library. On the agenda: fire weather update and outlook, fire season update and outlook, and defensible space - what it is and what it should look like.

     

         EMIFPA always encourages you to stay engaged and prepared for the potential wildfire disaster in our homeland. Remember, if you see or smell smoke, always call 911 immediately. Report it, don't ignore it!!

     

    John Helmich

    EMIFPA Community Education Outreach Coordinator

     

    EMIFPA web site

     

    EMIFPA Facebook site

     

    Twitter: @EMIFPA_NM


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