SANTA TERESA, N.M. (AP) — Gov. Susana Martinez and officials from Mexico announced Friday the creation of a 70,000-acre, master-planned community around the Santa Teresa-San Jeronimo border crossing in an effort to expand the fast-growing border region even more.
Martinez joined Chihuahua state Gov. Cesar Duarte at press conferences on both sides of the New Mexico-Mexico border to outline details of the “twin cities” which would include more than 2,000 acres of rail-served industrial land.
“The potential of the Santa Teresa-San Jeronimo area is endless, and with this Login to read more