Farmington, NM – GGEDC in concert with Gallup Land Partners successfully participated in the 2015 San Juan Basin Energy Conference. Organized by the San Juan College School of Energy, Four Corners Innovation, Inc., and the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy, a division of New Mexico Tech, the conference was held on March 24-25, 2015 at San Juan College’s Henderson Fine Arts Center.
Gallup, NM – Gallup Land Partners, LLC announced today Carbon Coal Road which will serve as the primary transportation corridor for the Gallup Energy Logistics Park was approved for public road status from the McKinley County Board of Commissioners.
Carbon Coal Road, north of the city of Gallup will connect the Gallup Energy Logistics Park to US Hwy 491, allowing traffic to bypass the city of Gallup. “Carbon Coal Road will support the Gallup Energy Logistics Park and drive economic growth in McKinley County,” said Gallup Land Partners Business Manager Aaron Kowalski. “We are grateful for the support of the Commission.”
GGEDC presents at 2014 NM Economic Development Summit
HOBBS, NM – Greater Gallup Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Patty Lundstrom served as presenter and panel member for The Logistics, Distribution, and Transportation Sector work session during the 2014 NM Economic Development Summit in Hobbs, NM.
“Greater Gallup Economic Development Corporation was sought to present on our efforts maximizing job creation opportunities associated with the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railroad in Gallup-McKinley County including the proposed Gallup Industrial Park” stated Patty Lundstrom. “For a relatively new economic development organization, to be invited as a presenter for the NM Economic Development Summit is...