Santa Fe New Mexican, July 6, 2005

Santa Fe New Mexican

July 06, 2005

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New Mexican (Newspaper) - July 6, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE SANTA FE Locally owned and independent Serving New Mexico for 156 years WEDNESDAY JULY 6 2005 FIFTY CENTS INSIDE TODAY Santa Fe welcomes worlds folk artists The world comes to Santa Fe this weekend as the second Santa Fe International Folk Art Market gets under way on Milner Plaza Meet the artists and discover the secrets of the earlybird special just a couple of items in this years special section dedicated to Santa Fes fascination with folk art All the details including a map of the festival are inside today in our Santa Fe International Folk Art magazine Good Times Good Grilling Tesuque couples fifth outdoor cookbook promises surefire recipes for great grill parties and tips for customizing almost every dish But forget flower arrangements and napkin folding say authors Bill and Cheryl Jamison This book is about casual entertaining at its finest Taste Dl Todays obituaries Adelene B Mclaughlin 84 Espanola July 3 Bennie D Gallegos July 1 Charlie Sloirt June 25 Esta L Harmer 85 June 30 Harry M Brittenham June 27 Laura L Burton 79 Santa Fe June 29 Mary L Deaton Santa Fe July 4 Sarah Floras July 2 Walter S Kahn 85 July 4 Albert A Martinez 48 Ranchitos June 29 Robert Peterson 77 Las Colonias July 4 William Cain 55 Santa Clara Pueblo July 5 Page C2 Todays forecast Mostly sunny possible Tstorm High 91 low 55 Page C8 INDEX Annies MaJtjox D3 Movies C2 Business C6 Mutuals Classifieds Ei Opinion Comics A7 M Police notes C2 Crossword D3 Scoreboard B2 Horoscope 03 Sports 81 Local news Cl Stocks Lotteries C7 C2 Tasle Dl The Wests OWest Newspaper Five sections 30 pages 156th year Issue No 187 Publication No 596440 Late paper Classified ads News tips Main office 9844363 9863000 9863030 9833303 Housingcost burden debated t Builders say affordablehousing rule would widen price gap leave middleincome residents in tight spot By TOM SHARPE The New Mexican Requiring that new subdivisions have at least 30 percent affordable housing will widen the housing gap by driving up the costs for the other 70 percent of the homes say Santa Fe home builders and others Were transferring all of the excess costs onto the newhome veteran home builder Walter Chapman told the city Finance Com mittee on Tuesday Theres a misconception that the newhome buyer is the new guy mov ing to town and I can tell you from my experience with 39 years living in Santa Fe thats not he said The majority of newhome buyers are not the people moving to town Its people who are already here whose housing needs have Chapman who runs Chapman Homes Inc with his sons urged the councilors to find a way to spread out the subsidy for affordable homes to the entire community not just new home buyers The measure set for a public hear ing before the full City Council on July 27 aims to require 30 percent of all homes in developments of more Please see HOUSING Page A4 Summer sounds pulse the Plaza Photos by Kathy De La New Mexican Cassandra Gitana dances to music by The Hot Club of Santa Fe on the Plaza on Tuesday afternoon The noontime performance was a part of Santa Fe Bandstand 2005 which offers free musical performances from noon to Tuesdays and Thursdays and 6 to 8 Mondays through Thursdays The series runs through August By HENRY M LOPEZ The New Mexican Hundreds gathered on the Plaza on Tuesday to kick off another summer of free music as the Santa Fe Summer Bandstand 2005 concert series kicked off The word is said David Lescht who produces the series This is a real community The free concert series is in its third year and drew about people in 2004 Lescht said Latin rockers Man zanares will headline tonights show x with acoustic guitar duo Sol y Luna opening the evening at 6 Santa Fe band The Hot Club per formed at noon before local musician Matthew Andrae opened Tuesday eve nings show A crosssection of Santa Fe residents and visitors swayed to Andraes music and found other ways to enjoy the warm weather A group of young men in baggy pants kicked a Hacky Sack a woman danced and pulled two fingers across her face like John Travolta in Pulp Fiction while a baby held by another woman pointed and laughed I think theyre Andrae Anne Horan left and her daughters Mor gan 4 Danell 9 and Sarah 7 watch The Hot Club perform The band played swing gypsy jazz and bluegrass said of the Santa Fe music audiences I have some people who come to all of my gigs and I appreciate More than 100 musical acts repre senting a variety of musical styles and cultural traditions applied to be part of this summers series Lescht said A total of 47 shows are scheduled through Aug 25 with each musician scheduled to earn about a show We got overwhelmed this year We Please see SOUNDS Page A5 Santa Fe Bandstand 2005 Through Aug 25 on the Santa Fe Plaza Evening shows begin at 6 Monday evenings country bluegrass swing Tuesday evenings world beat reggae jazz Wednesday evenings Latin Thursday evenings blues rock rhythm and blues funk Also various performers take the stage from noon to Tuesdays and Thursdays This week Today 68 Sol y Luna and Manzanares Thursday Kumusha Womens Marimba Ensemble Thursday 68 Sister Mary and the Bad Hab its and HooDoos On the Web A weekly schedule for the bandstand series and musi cians directory can be found at musicians Former military bases booming across nation 8 Illl 1664 6 8 By ROBERT WELLER The Associated Press DENVER Big sport utility vehicles packed with children and loaded with gro ceries cruise where bomb ers once touched down at the former Lowry Air Force Base not far from an avia tion museum showcasing the sites military history Elsewhere dozens of Air Force buildings have been converted into civilian hous ing and the old Lowry head quarters has been turned into loft apartments The former base liquor store Thats the new Lowry Community Christian Church More than a decade ago the last round of military base closings cost the Den ver area both Lowry and the Fitzsimons Army Hospital facilities that boasted jobs and hundreds of millions of dollars in military spending But dont cry for the Mile High City Both former bases are booming Some people live work or study at Lowry the site of several thou sand new homes since 1998 Please see BASES Page A5 The Associated Press A retired B52 bomber surrounded by housing units sits in front of a hangar that has been transformed Into an aircraft museum on the site of the old Lowry Air Force Base in east Denver Lowry which was closed more than a decade ago has been resurrected as a mixeduse development Indie station goes off the air Hos AlamosKRSN which traces its roots to the 1940s is embroiled in lawsuit facing bankruptcy By BOB QUICK The New Mexican Los Alamos radio station KRSNAM which traces its beginnings to the Manhattan Project in the 1940s went off the air Tuesday morning The shut down came after owner Mark Bent ley decided to file a vol Mark Bentley untary bankruptcy petition The action delays a lawsuit filed by former KRSN sales representative Bob Clark who claims Bentley owes him hundreds of thousands of dol lars in unpaid commissions Bentley purchased KRSN in 1997 after it had gone off the air for a brief period and July Fourth marked the eighth anniversary of Bent leys ownership I did my morning show and thanked the a dis Please see STATION Page A4 Reporters could face jail time in CIA leak By CHRIS MONDICS Knight Ridder Newspapers WASHINGTON It may be one of the most important First Amendment cases in a generation And it is one the media are on the verge of losing Two reporters one each from The New York Times and Time magazine are to appear in federal court today for a hearing on whether they should go to jail for refusing to talk to prosecutors investigating the potentially illegal disclo sure of the identify of a CIA operative Federal District Judge Thomas F Hogan in Wash ington has said he would sen tence the reporters Judith Miller of The Tunes and Matthew Cooper of Time to jail today if they refuse to answer questions before a grand jury A generation ago The Times andThe Washington Post successfully defied the government in publishing a Please see LEAK Page A8 V i ;

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