Luna Community College has the potential of getting nearly $5 million for capital improvements as the result of the legislative session earlier this year. The cost of lobbying for that money was “unbelievably low,” an official says.
Sigfredo Maestas, Luna’s interim president, praised the work of Leroy “Huero” Sanchez, a temporary employee who served as the college’s lobbyist from October to February.
The costs associated with having a lobbyist amounted to a little less than $18,000.
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