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White Sands raises fees to improve infrastructure

Faith Egbuonu
December 12, 2018 08:12 PM

ALAMOGORDO, N.M.- Starting next year, White Sands National Monument will raise its fees.

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The money will go toward fixing an aging infrastructure.

"There's plenty of old infrastructure-- water systems, sewer systems, tanks, roads, trails that need repair and need help,” said Marie Sauter, the superintendent for White Sands National Monument.

The current price for an annual pass is $30. It will increase to $40 Jan. 1. It will then go up to $45 in 2020.

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