Bob Sarr, 69, former president of the Santa Fe Southern Railway, received just under 25 percent of votes compared to 59 percent for Ives and about 16 percent for Lujan.
What does SFSR stand for?
SFSR stands for Santa Fe Southern Railway (Santa Fe, NM)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Bob Quick Bill King, an engineering consultant for STI-Global, has been named the new general manager for the Santa Fe Southern Railway.
Bob Sarr, whose home is off San Mateo Road, is best known around town for his involvement with the Santa Fe Southern Railway.
For two years, the city has tried to negotiate an agreement at the Railyard that would allow the Rail Runner to park trains, add space for a city visitors center and still let the Santa Fe Southern Railway run its tourist train.
Byline: JULIE ANN GRIMM Santa Fe Southern Railway wary about lease changes By Julie Ann Grimm The New Mexican The city of Santa Fe is poised to open a visitor center in the historic train depot at the Railyard as soon as May following a vote Tuesday night by a nonprofit property manager.
Byline: JULIE ANN GRIMM City officials want hub for visitors at historic facility By Julie Ann Grimm The New Mexican City tourism workers would greet visitors at the downtown Santa Fe Depot, and Santa Fe Southern Railway would lose its lease on the historic facility under a proposal introduced this week by two city councilors and the mayor.
When he asked Santa Fe County for the document, Johnny Jednak said, he was told that Santa Fe Southern Railway had "rescinded" its agreement for the land to be zoned by the county and that he would not be able to get the document.
The dining car is owned by the Lamy Railroad and History Museum, but the land under it is owned by Santa Fe Southern Railway -- which, according to Santa Fe Southern Railway's president, Carol Raymond, gives the land a unique designation as federal railroad property.