By ASHLEY TRUJILLO
Daily Press Staff Writer
The Artesia City Council met Tuesday and approved two ordinances to replat land for two companies: Elite Well Services, a new business, and Yates Petroleum.
The approval of the ordinances essentially dissolved lot lines to make continuous property lines for the two companies, which makes the lot “cleaner” for property tax, building and setback purposes.
Elite Well Services will now be able to build their plant in the city Industrial Park, chosen because of the close proximity to the railroad spur. The new business is expected to bring 75-100 jobs to Artesia.
“We welcome them to the industrial park and wish them the best,” Mayor Phillip Burch said. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.