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By LISA DUNLAP
Roswell Daily Record 

County prepares for effects of possible lizard conservation

 


ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) — A little lizard is the center of controversy again, with a Chaves County administrator vowing to work if need be to keep lands in the county available for business use.

"The lizard is back on our radar," said Chaves County Manager Stanton Riggs at the June 25 Board of Commissioners meeting.

Riggs said that the county is working on the issue with Chaves County Public Lands Commissioner Dan Girand and the American Stewards of Liberty. American Stewards is a landowners' advocacy and legal rights nonprofit based in Austin, Texas, that works on several issues, including pr...



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