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A motion to intervene is a procedural right under the rules and regulations of the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission that must be filed and approved to be able to be formally recognized and participate as a party in a Commission meeting. Under its Integrated Resource Plan, Public Service Company of New Mexico is proposing to make significant changes in its generation mix, including potentially closing the San Juan Generating Station. Because this would have many serious and long-lasting effects on our citizens, the region, and the entire State, the Farmington City Council has decided to intervene. As a party, the City will have a “seat at the table” in the IRP proceeding and be able to receive all information submitted by PNM and others. The City also believes that becoming a party is vitally important to be positioned if other action is needed in the future.
The City of Farmington and the Farmington Electric Utility continue to lead collaborative efforts with other stakeholders, including PNM, for the extension of operations at the San Juan Generating Station and Mine.
Mayor Tommy Roberts and City Manager Rob Mayes provided an update on the status of the San Juan Generating Station in a recent segment of the Mayor’s Table. To view that segment, please click the link below.