2022 Congressionally Directed Spending Victories

Below are links to the legislative text, explanatory statement, and a summary for each of the Final Fiscal Year 2022 appropriations bills:

Top highlights are available HERE.
Bill text is available HERE.

A summary of the omnibus by subcommittee is available below:

Agriculture Subcommittee (8 Projects Funded, TOTAL $3,635,000)

PurposeRecipientLocationGRANTED FUNDS
Village of Questa fire station development to provide for proactive fire responsiveness.Village of QuestaQuesta$1,000,000
Promote and improve water irrigation infrastructure for twenty acequias and hundreds of irrigators along the Rio Chama of North Central New Mexico.Rio de Chama Acequia AssociationEspanola$82,000
Education and agricultural training outreach to aspiring small farmers and ranchers for adequate food security.The National Latino Farmers and Ranchers Trade AssociationBernalillo County$50,000
Village of Questa Municipal Building Expansion to provide modernization and energy-efficiency for rural municipal administration.Village of QuestaQuesta$350,000
The Village of Wagon Mound Senior Center project will promote high quality services and care for rural elders and their families.Village of Wagon MoundWagon Mound$164,000
This funding will expand Ben Archer Health Center’s delivery of telehealth education to underserved, uninsured rural residents of southern New Mexico.Ben Archer Health CenterHatch$104,000
This request would fund New Mexico State University’s Initiative on Carbon Management and Soil Health in Arid and Semi-Arid Environments. The initiative will stand up a proof-of-concept for carbon sequestration potential in arid and semi-arid croplands, rangelands, forests, and urban landscapes through demonstration projects at four NMSU Agricultural Science Centers located across the state, engage stakeholders through a carbon literacy program, and train graduate and undergraduate students, including Native Americans and other minority groups, in research and educational outreach activities.New Mexico State UniversityLas Cruces$995,000
This request will provide the New Mexico State Library (NMSL) funding for computer devices, software, and headsets to provide 65 rural New Mexico public and Tribal libraries access to synchronous online distance learning and telemedicine access. New Mexico State LibrarySanta Fe$890,000

Commerce, Justice, Science Subcommittee (11 Projects Funded, TOTAL $8,671,000)

PurposeRecipientLocationGRANTED FUNDS
Gunshot Detection SystemCity of Albuquerque--Police DepartmentAlbuquerque$1,471,000
Body Worn CamerasSandoval County Sheriff's DepartmentSandoval County$866,000
Mobile Command Center for Regional Law Enforcement and First RespondersCity of CarlsbadCarlsbad$575,000
Law Enforcement Vehicles & Court EquipmentRio Arriba CountyRio Arriba County$1,000,000
Rapid DNA ProgramDoña Ana County Sheriff's OfficeDona Ana County$350,000
ZiaMet Mesonet Weather Monitoring Network ExpansionNew Mexico State UniversityLas Cruces$1,821,000
New Mexico Decedent Image DatabaseUniversity of New MexicoAlbuquerque$374,000
Public Safety ECHO ProjectCity of Albuquerque--Police DepartmentAlbuquerque$435,000
Supportive Services, Maya’s PlaceCrossroads for WomenBernalillo County$1,000,000
First Responder Hand Held Radio CommunicationsCity of CarlsbadCarlsbad$400,000
Mobile Laptop ComputersSandoval County Sheriff's DepartmentSandoval County$379,000

Energy & Water Subcommittee (3 Projects Funded, TOTAL $1,700,000)

PurposeRecipientLocationGRANTED FUNDS
To provide support for acequias and community ditches.US Army Corps of EngineersAlbuquerque$1,500,000
Funding for the county of Rio Arriba to deploy electric vehicles and establish solar charging stations.Rio Arriba County GovernmentRio Arriba$1,000,000
To support solar power upgrades to support the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope (MVCH) service center.Mesilla Valley Community of HopeDona Ana$200,000

Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee (7 Projects Funded, TOTAL $1,449,000)

PurposeRecipientLocationGRANTED FUNDS
Santa Teresa Port of Entry Feasibility StudyNew Mexico Border AuthoritySanta Teresa$500,000
Native Economic Advancement and Development (NEAD) InitiativeAmerican Indian Chamber of Commerce of New MexicoAlbuquerque$242,000
NM SBDC - Program to Support Microbusinesses with E-commerceNew Mexico Small Business Development CenterSanta Fe$123,000
NM SBDC - Technology Commercialization Accelerator (TCA)New Mexico Small Business Development CenterSanta Fe$107,000
New Mexico Small Business Development Center Spanish Speaking Business AdvisorNew Mexico Small Business Development CenterSanta Fe$77,000
Arrowhead Sprint Accelerator ProgramThe Arrowhead CenterLas Cruces$200,000
Arrowhead Community Entrepreneurship ProgramThe Arrowhead CenterLas Cruces$200,000

Homeland Security Subcommittee (3 Projects Funded, TOTAL: $4,000,000)

PurposeRecipientLocationGRANTED FUNDS
Emergency Operations CenterDona Ana CountyDona Ana County$1,500,000
Flood Control Diversion Berm and Bridge Phase IIColumbus Port of EntryColumbus$1,000,000
Emergency Operations CenterLuna CountyLuna County$1,500,000

Interior Subcommittee (5 Projects funded, TOTAL $3,500,000)

PurposeRecipientLocationGRANTED FUNDS
Construction of the New Mexico Reforestation Center Seed BankNew Mexico Highlands UniversityLas Vegas$1,000,000
To provide restoration treatments in the Cimarron Range landscape.New Mexico Energy, Minerals, and Natural ResourcesCimarron, Ute Park.$1,300,000
To support the Historic Lyceum TheaterCity of ClovisClovis$500,000
The purpose of the project is to restore the Silver City Waterworks BuildingTown of Silver CitySilver City$500,000
Support for the Grant County Regional Water SystemTown of Silver CityTown of Silver City$200,000

Labor, Health and Human Services, Education (19 Projects Funded, TOTAL $19,690,000)

PurposeRecipientLocationGRANTED FUNDS
Longitudinal Data System to close achievement gaps in NM.New Mexico Higher Education Departmentstatewide$2,000,000
Substance use treatment and peer support modelUniversity of New MexicoRio Rancho$1,500,000
San Miguel County, NM, for facilities and equipmentSan Miguel CountySan Miguel$1,500,000
Artificial Intelligence educational pipeline initiative from elementary and secondary education through postsecondary educationNew Mexico State UniversityLas Cruces$750,000
STEM teacher training and professional developmentNew Mexico State UniversityLas Cruces$300,000
Provide support to youth at risk of mental health or substance use disordersNew Mexico Children, Youth, and Families DepartmentStatewide$700,000
Facilities and equipmentNew Mexico Department of HealthStatewide$920,000
Community resources and trainings for parentsMany MothersSanta Fe$160,000
Support rural health servicesUniversity of New MexicoStatewide$473,000
ABC Community School Partnership for technical assistance to implement statewide community schools strategyNew Mexico Foundationstatewide$1,800,000
Prevention of child abuse.New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Istatewide$46,000
Facilities and equipment at the Carlsbad Family Health CenterPresbyterian Medical Services (PMS)Carlsbad$1,000,000
Provide services to individuals with substance use disordersState of New Mexico, Behavioral Health ServicesStatewide$450,000
Allied Expand the Allied Health Program in high-need occupationsClovis Community CollegeClovis$1,073,000
Facilities and equipmentUniversity of New MexicoAlbuquerque$1,500,000
Enterprise Resources Planning and Student Information SystemCollaborative for Higher Education Shared ServicesSanta Fe$4,100,000
Providing services to familiesAbriendo Puertas/Opening Doorsstatewide$950,000
Outdoor leadership degree programWestern New Mexico Universitystatewide$343,000
Enrichment and youth development.New Mexico Black Leadership Councilstatewide$125,000

Military Construction and VA Subcommittee (8 Projects Funded, TOTAL $66,874,000)

PurposeRecipientLocationGRANTED FUNDS
Missile Assembly Support FacilityWhite Sands Missile RangeWhite Sands Missile Range$1,300,000
Wyoming Gate ComplexKirtland Air Force BaseAlbuquerque$5,600,000
Deployment Processing CenterCannon Air Force BaseClovis$5,976,000
MQ-9 Formal Training Unit Operations FacilityHolloman Air Force BaseAlamogordo$40,000,000
192-Bed DormitoryCannon Air Force BaseClovis$5,568,000
Permanent Space Rapid Capabilities OfficeKirtland Air Force BaseAlbuquerque$5,280,000
Radar Cross Section Technology Facilities ConstructionHolloman Air Force BaseAlamogordo$2,340,000
This request would provide additional funding for Planning and Design work for the Air Force's Air Education and Training Command (AETC) to construct new pararescue facilities on the grounds of Kirtland AFB.Kirtland Air Force BaseAlbuquerque$810,000

Transportation, Housing and Urban D Subcommittee (11 Projects Funded, TOTAL $25,500,000)

PurposeRecipientLocationGRANTED FUNDS
Quay County Bridge No. 1042 ReplacementQuay CountyQuay County$2,500,000
Reconstruction of I-25 Comanche/Montgomery InterchangesNew Mexico Department of TransportationBernalillo County$3,500,000
Reconstruction of I-25 La Bajada Santa Fe CountyNew Mexico Department of TransportationSanta Fe$3,500,000
Office Daniel Webster Children's Park - Inclusive Park CompletionCity of AlbuquerqueAlbuquerque$750,000
Facility construction - Barelas Central Kitchen Street Food InstituteStreet Food InstituteAlbuquerque$2,000,000
New Mexico 128 Relief Route, NM 31/NM 128 Preliminary EngineeringCity of JalLea County$1,500,000
NM 404 widening project from I-10 to NM 213New Mexico Department of TransportationAnthony$2,750,000
Reconstruction of US 60 in Downtown Clovis, NMNew Mexico Department of TransportationClovis$3,500,000
US 84 Full Depth Reclamation between Ft. Sumner and Santa Rosa, NMNew Mexico Department of TransportationSanta Rosa & Ft. Sumner$2,500,000
Reconstruction of I-40, Milepost 6 to 22 west of Gallup, New MexicoNew Mexico Department of TransportationGallup$1,000,000
Reconstruction of 2nd Street and Rio Bravo Boulevard (NM 500) IntersectionBernalillo County Public Works DivisionBernalillo County$2,000,000