ALBUQUERQUE – The Regulation and Licensing Department is warning New Mexico salon owners to be on the lookout for imposters posing as state inspectors and asking for payment of hundreds of dollars to supposedly avoid closure.
Scam artists are calling local nail salons and demanding payment of as much as $1,200 while threatening the owners with court action and closure of their shop. The scam often includes fraudulent documents, including letters and settlement agreements that look real, and are copied from genuine state documents.
State Public Safety Business
- Small Business Program overview;
- Understanding Ariba e-Sourcing;
- LANL’s Basic Ordering Agreement process;
- Construction Projects- the RFP process; and
- Upcoming Business Opportunities.
Community Business National Laboratory
The next Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce Business Breakfast is 7:30-9 a.m. Thursday, March 15 at UNM-Los Alamos, Building 2, Room 230.
Los Alamos County Planning ManagerTamara Baer will present the County’s new proposed Sign Code, with a focus on how it may affect the business community.
Revisions to the County Sign Code were prompted by a 2015 U.S. Supreme Court decision clarifying the requirement for content neutrality in the regulation of speech, including signage. The new sign code complies with this requirement, while still regulating the size, material, time, place, and
Community County Business National Laboratory
Treats for sale at the Farmers Market. Courtesy photo
The Los Alamos Winter Farmers Market is 8 a.m. to noon today at Fuller Lodge.
The Los Alamos Farmers’ Market was started in 1970 and is a great place to buy local foods and other goods and to support local growers and producers. For more information contact Cindy at email@example.com or 505.929.6579.
Los Alamos MainStreet is part of the Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation, a private, not-for-profit economic and community development
Community Business Lifestyles
Zia Credit Union President and CEO David Woodruff together with his Board Vice Chair Lawrence Gutierrez and Member
Community Nation Business Politics
Sirphey Owner Prashant Jain, left, and Bandelier Superintendent Jason Lott visit the Los Alamos Daily Post Tuesday to discuss the opening of Sirphey at Bandelier. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
Imagine a summer night in Frijoles Canyon as you eat dinner with friends and family. The sounds of acoustic jazz fill the air, creating an enchanting scene as you sip wine from local vineyards. And you finish the evening with a moonlit walk with park guides.
Soon, there will be no need to imagine. Sirphey, the Los Alamos food-tech company that brings global flavors to your fingertips,
Community Business Dining
Bradbury Science Museum Educator Pam Dresher providing a science laboratory recently for students from Arroyos Del Norte Elementary School in Taos. Photo by Andre Trottier
Bradbury Science Museum Educator Mel Strong providing a science laboratory recently for students from Arroyos Del Norte Elementary School in Taos. Photo by Andre Trottier
Bradbury Science Museum Educators Pam Dresher and Mel Strong recently provided a science laboratory for students from Arroyos Del Norte Elementary School in Taos.
The trip to the local museum was sponsored by Los Alamos National Bank under
Community Education Business Science
Nation World Public Safety Business Science
The LAHS Robotics FIRST Team 4153 poses with a t-shirt launching robot at the Ride & Drive event in Los Alamos. Courtesy/LAPSF
A perfect union that came together serendipitously last month has led to $1,800 being generously donated to the LAHS Robotics FIRST Team 4153 by the Santa Fe Auto Park. Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation executive director Laura Loy had just gotten off a phone call in which she learned the team had a shortage of funds to pay for travel to attend a competition in Denver, when a representative from the Santa Fe Auto Park called asking for help to facilitate
Community Education Business Science
- New vendor- Goat Cheese, Feta, Cheve, Goat Milk, Keifer
- Montoya’s – Apples, dried apples, Cider, Snowcones, Roasted Green Chile,
- Jams & Jellies, Tortillas.
- Rodriguez Farm- Chico’s Chile, Pinto Beans, Bean mixes.
- Ranch de Iris- Chile pods, Winter squash, Organic seeds, Starts
Community Business Lifestyles Environment