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City, MainStreet Roswell make announcements


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The city of Roswell and MainStreet Roswell have made some announcements for the coming weeks.

City elevator inoperable

The elevator at Roswell City Hall will be out of operation for several weeks beginning Monday as renovations and maintenance work take place on the elevator system. Citizens conducting business at City Hall will continue to have access to the stairs to reach the various levels of the building. City Hall staff will work to accommodate anyone who needs to conduct business with staff from a City Hall office, but cannot use the stairs. People can call the administration office at 575-624-6700 to explain the need and make arrangements.

Free business training

The city of Roswell is collaborating with the New Mexico Tourism Department to provide businesses the opportunity to learn how to best use Google for Business. The free training session will occur at the Roswell Convention & Civic Center on Monday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop computer, as this is a hands-on training opportunity. The link to register for this event is found on the city’s Facebook page.

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Holiday parade entries now accepted

Individuals and groups can now enter for free to participate in MainStreet Roswell’s Holiday Electric Light Parade, scheduled for Dec. 7 beginning at 6 p.m. and to run on Main Street from College Boulevard to Third Street. The theme this year is “Songs of the Season” and first-place trophies will be awarded in four categories.

Applications can be downloaded from the MainStreet Roswell Facebook page, from its website or can be obtained by emailing info@mainstreetroswell.org. They also can be picked up at 403 N. Richardson Ave. For additional information or questions, call 575-914-8018.

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