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Developing a plan to revitalize a community’s unique assets

After its architectural tour of Truth or Consequences on Oct. 25, the Foundation hosted a presentation in Albuquerque on Dec. 16 with Consensus Planning Principal, Jacqueline Fishman, AICP, who was the lead consultant and planner for the City of Truth or Consequences’ Downtown Master Plan. 520 more words


Tour participants gain new perspective of Truth or Consequences

One of two remaining WPA fountains at the NM State Veterans Home

Tour leader Tita Berger helps tour participants visualize the efforts of the CCC that went into building the Elephant Butte Dam Site. 668 more words

Historic Architecture

Space...The Next Frontier...

For those of you who have never been here, New Mexico has a LOT of open space. Just miles and miles of empty space

That’s just one reason some Brit from across the pond, ok, to be fair, it was SIR (I believe he’s been knighted) Richard Branson, decided to locate his Virgin Galactic operation in south eastern New Mexico, about 45 minutes outside of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. 1,034 more words

Retirement, Travel

Foundation’s 2014 tour of Truth or Consequences will feature historic architecture and community

2013 Tour Group at Isleta Pueblo

2013 Tour Group at Isleta Pueblo

NMAF member photographs the Headstart Building at Isleta Pueblo during the 2013 Annual Tour. 260 more words

Historic Architecture

Before Beulah the Buzzer sounds: Where is this year’s architectural tour on Oct 25?

Renamed after the popular game show, Truth or Consequences is known as one of the “Coolest Small Towns” in the United States. With fewer than 6,500 people—it rivals big cities when it comes to a strong sense of community, good food, and a rich culture, including its unique and diverse architecture. 228 more words

Historic Architecture

Truth or Consequences, New Mexico

Such a long name for a town.  Seems it is often called T or C.  That is much easier, especially for road signs.  How did this town get that name??  327 more words