American Society of Legislative Clerks and Secretaries - 2013 ASLCS Spring Business Meeting

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New Mexico State CapitolThe 2013 ASLCS Spring Meeting will be held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 19 to April 21. It is a business meeting where the Executive Committee and ASLCS Committees will assemble to continue their work for the year. The 2020 Mason’s Manual Commission will also meet. 


Registration Information:

There is no registration fee to attend the spring meeting. However, in order to provide all attendees with information please complete the form  and return it to Angela Andrews by Friday, April 5, 2013.   

Postcard picture of Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe, NM



A block of rooms has been reserved at:


Hotel St. Francis
210 Don Gaspar Avenue
Santa Fe, New Mexico  87501
Tel: 505.983.5700

Each attendee is responsible for making his or her hotel and travel arrangements.

You can make your hotel reservation online. Or you may call the reservation line at 1-800-529-5700, Monday through Friday, 7:00 am-6:00 pm MT, or Saturday and Sunday, 8:30 am-7:00 pm MT.

When making hotel accommodations, please indicate that Picture of St. Francis Hotel, Santa Fe, NMyou are attending the ASLCS Spring Business Meeting to receive the conference room rate of $119 single/double per night (excluding tax).  The cut-off date to receive the conference rate is Thursday, March 28, 2013.
Reservations must be held by a major credit card guarantee and deposit, equal to one night's stay. All room cancellations must be made 72 hours prior to your arrival date or your deposit will be forfeited. 
For more information about the Hotel St. Francis visit here.



Santa Fe is served by both the Albuquerque International Sunport and the Santa Fe Municipal Airport.
Airlines that serve Santa Fe include American Eagle, Frontier and United (both in conjunction with service from Great Lakes Airlines.). The Santa Fe airport offers taxi cabs, shuttle services and rental cars to arriving passengers. For more information about the airport and transportation services visit here.
If you choose to fly into Albuquerque, you can book with most major airlines, including Delta, American Airlines, Frontier, US Airways, Southwest and United. Learn more about flights into Albuquerque here.
Albuquerque is approximately 62 miles from Santa Fe. The Sunport provides a wide-range of rental cars, including Budget, Alamo, Avis, Hertz, Enterprise and others. Or you can travel by rail to Santa Fe by booking a reservation with the New Mexico Rail Runner Express, which travels between the two cities. You can learn more about the Rail Runner Express, including costs and schedules by visiting the Rail Runner Express website.

Ground transportation is also available from the Albuquerque International Sunport to Santa Fe. You can learn more about all the ground transportation options here.

Special Needs
To ensure full participation and accessibility for all meeting attendees, please email Angela Andrews or call 303.364.7700, ext. 1349, of any special accommodations you may require.

City Information
Blue-Gree Music Painting, Georgia O'KeeffeSanta Fe is renowned throughout the world for its history and culture. It serves as an art collector’s dream offering more than 200 galleries in and around the city. Santa Fe is also known for its diverse historical background.

While visiting the city, you can take in many of its sites, including the historical Santa Fe Plaza. As you walk along the square, stop by the Palace of the Governors, one of Spain’s government seats during the 1700s, and now home to New Mexico’s state museum. You can visit another of Santa Fe’s most famous landmarks, thePicture St. Francis Assisi Cathedral, Santa Fe, NM Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, a picturesque church built by Archbishop Lamy during the middle to late 1800s.

Plan to spend a couple of hours at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, home to one of Santa Fe’s most famous residents, and one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. More than 1,000 pieces of her work are on display at the museum.
Santa Fe offers a unique variety of cuisine, including southwestern, French, contemporary, traditional and New Mexican among others. Accolades, Luminaria, Tomasita’s Restaurant and Café Pasqual’s are among the 200 eateries in Santa Fe. Learn more about these attractions and restaurants, as well as other places to tour and dine by visiting the Santa Fe Convention and Visitors bureau website.