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Nicholas Econopouly
August 4, 1924- December 11, 1999

The Rio Rancho Ad Hoc Committee-of-One is proud to announce its 1997 nominees for outstanding Achievements in Creative and Grotesque Planning and Design. Six out of numerous outstanding candidates were selected for consideration for first, second and third place honors.

Readers may vote for their favorites by submitting letters-of-commendation to the Rio Rancho Office of City Planning.

The three winners will receive a truckload each of somewhat over-ripe bananas. This year's six nominees:

Majestic Intel obscuring Sandia Mountain
(Barely visible above the roof-line)

Presbyterian Building, south side on 528: The message of the stark wall thunders with power and eloquence; so you're leaving us to wallow in the decadence of Santa Fe? A pox and incurable plague on you and your wheels. The sudden and unexpected energy of the reprimand lends to force the dramatic architectural style.

Days Inn, south wall, on 528: Same message, delivered for the impact of its repetition, and with a subtlety that reinforces and multiplies the raw power of the Presbyterian.

Don Chalmers, Cars-A-Plenty- Rt. 528: What better way to welcome strangers to the city than through the magic of a used car lot? The project architects honored themselves through their achievement and land-use designers successfully blocked intrusion by park planners determined to force the public into extravagant exposure to trees, river and mountains, brilliantly providing protection via hotels, office buildings and other structures. The American flag adds an extra touch of glory to the achievement.

Please help us locate this one....
it could not possibly be lost!

Leonardos(?)(deceased), Rt. 528: The structure deserves particular commendation for providing excitement and intrigue by challenging viewers and patrons into the sport of determining which way the structure is facing and where the entrance may or may not be. The failure of the enterprise may in part have been due to the severity of the challenge, but the interest generated justified any reservation or set-back.

The Gold Standard: Rio Rancho Plazas: Sixteen plazas, imaginatively disguised as parking lots for strip malls, earn and deserve particular commendation for preserving open space through the use of black-top and yellow stripes. Special appreciation to Hilltop Plaza for the extensive parking acreage created to protect the public from invasive plaza-style tress, walkways, craft-and-art displays, seating and recreation accommodations. The combination and blending of roadway and parking should also be recognized for providing an additional opportunity for driver and spectator dodge-and-crash recreational activity.

St. Joseph's Healthcare Center, Northgate: Inspired by the concept of the Hollywood mausoleum, the black dome structure suggests to the patient a quick voyage from robust health to eternity, with less time spent with the middleman.

MacDonald's, Southern Blvd.: Although chain company architecture ordinarily does not qualify for an award because of its thorough, consistent and superior mediocrity, MacDonald's merits special appreciation. The brilliant achievements of its architects have provided Rio Rancho with a creation in conflict with its entire environment and beyond, including neighboring structures, strip malls, highways, trees, flowers, sky and children. A special commendation for the flexible utilitarian qualities of the glass structure, quickly and easily converted to a goldfish tank, skin-diving training center and tropical arboretum.

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