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New Mexican (Newspaper) - December 3, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE SANTA FE NEW4MEXICAN DECEMBER SATURDAY 50 CENTS Two accused in tire scam Supervisor of citys Solid Waste Division another man accused of embezzlement By Jason Ausiander The New Mexican Officials at the city of Santa Fes Public Utili ties Department already suspected 42yearold Dino Guillen was stealing from them But when the 12year employee of the city submitted an emergency requisition form early Wednesday morning asking for 10 new tires after having received more than 150 tires since March the officials called police said Santa Ee Deputy Police Chief Eric Johnson Police ended up arresting asupervi along with an employee of a local tire company and accused them of operating a scheme to steal tires from the city and sell them to at least one Santa Pe business owner The alleged scam likely cost the city more than since March accord ing to Johnson and court documents Guillen pleaded not guilty Friday in Santa Fe County Magistrate Court to charges of embez Please see TIRE Page A5 Dino Guillen City worker accused Jeny Vigil Tirestore worker accused Mousing around on the ice Above From left Ayaha Chen Aylin Sheehan and Sofia Gavin all 6 perform during a dress rehearsal Friday night at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center for Magical Tales on Ice The production is an annual figureskating show featuring 6O local skaters sponsored by the city of Santa Fe Recreation Department and the Santa Fe Skating Club Two shows are scheduled today The first is at 4 and the second at 7 Tickets are for adults for children 31O for seniors and for VIP seating Left David Salazar right pins a tail on the costume of his daughter Madison Brown 6 prior to the dress rehearsal Friday night for Magical Tales on Ice Photos by Kathy De La New Mexican Luis Sanchez New Mexican Mayor Larry Delgado center left and Tesuque Gov Mark Mitchell center right talk Friday during a Cultural Proper ties Review Committee meeting to consider a burialexca vation permit for the area around Sweeney Convention Center in Marian Hall CIVICCENTER PROJECT City proposes shrinking underground garage space Latest delay would allow more negotiation time between city Tesuque Pueblo ByTomSharpe The New Mexican Hoping to strike a deal with Tesuque Pueblo city officials have proposed downsizing the underground garage being planned with SantaFes center Mayor Larry Delgado came Friday as the state Cultural Prop erties Review Committee tabled for a third time the citys request for a permit to excavate human burials at the downtown site The latest delay in the million project is intended to allow two more Weeks of negotiations between the city and the pueblo which has objected to archaeologists digging up what tribal mem bers believe are ancestral remains Delgado and Tesuque Gov Mark Mitchell asked the committee to set a special meeting for Dec 15 to hear a possible compromise We have been working very hard and I feel com fortable with myself that we are getting Delgado said I think we are setting a benchmark for future nego tiations when situations like this come If s been a delicate situ Mitchell added but we feel we are moving for ward Were not in oppo sition to the civic center I civic City and tribal representa tives have met a halfdozen times since the committee first tabled the permit this summer Tesuque Pueblo leaders say they do not believe in disturbing human remains although they allowed bones to be removed from their lands during the recent widening of There has been give and take on both Delgado said Weve talked about even reducing some of our parMng spaces so that the undisturbed areas could be The mayor said this would mean reducing the 600 space twolevel underground Please see GARAGE Page A4 HEALTH Doctor visits a phone call away Network that treats patients over the telephone worries medical establishment By Jamie Stengte The Associated Press DALLAS Peter Beasley is a busy man who currently has no health insurance To make an appointment and see a doctor the whole process is very he says Beasley is a customer of TelaDoc Medical Services a setup that allows him to call an unknown doctor and get medicine prescribed sight unseen Within an hour or so of his call to an 800 number he gets a call from a doctor who discusses his symptoms and will often write a prescription TelaDoc provides its members which the company estimates at with access to a doctor 24 hours a day seven days a week Please see PHONE Page A6 Pete DomenJci Opponents senator could play a key role in the mining measure MINING LEGISLATION Lawmakers skeptical of publiclandsale plan By Jennifer Talhelm The Associated Press WASHINGTON Six Western gov ernors and a growing number of sena tors say they fear a congressional plan allowing the sale of millions of acres of public lands could do permanent harm to everything from agriculture and the environment to the ski industry If s got implications for hunters sportsmen people who use lands for grazing and basically anybody who uses public said Angela de Rocha a spokesman for Colorado Sen Wayne Allard one of a handful of Republican senators expressing concern about the proposal Please see SALE Page A5 Homeless man needs help with rent PageC2 OBITUARY Dolores tomero 73 Santa Fe Dec 1 Page C2 Index COMING SUNDAY Nine inmates died behind bars at the Santa Fe County jail in the last five years The proportion of deaths due to drug overdose or suicide is higher than at similar facilities in the rest of the country Annies Horoscope D6 Local C7 C7 Cl Police D4 STATE TITLE GAME AWAITS CARDINALS Down to the last 48 minutes of their highschool football careers and with a Class AM state title on the line the Las Vegas Robertson Cardinals seniors look back on a memorable season Sports Bl TODAY Cloudy showers High 52 low 23 PageC8 Main Five sections 38 pages Late TV Book 56 pages Classifieds9863000 156th year Issue No 337 8 News tips9863030 Publication No 596440 Serving New Mexico for yean
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