By Rob Nikolewski | Capitol Report New Mexico
SANTA FE, N.M. — The CEO of the New Mexico Finance Authority isn’t going down without a fight.
On Monday, NMFA board members plan to discuss the employment status of Rick May.
But Friday, May sent a memo to the board, asking them to postpone any decision on his job because various investigations are still ongoing concerning the bogus documents and audits that could have jeopardized the state’s credit ratings.
“I would respectfully request that any determination of my employment status not be made until all the facts are known,” May said in the three-page memo, adding that making a decision on his employment status would be “arbitrary and unjustified.”