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2013

Volcano Heights Sector Development Plan.

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2012

Downtown Neighborhood Area Sector Plan, Los Duranes Sector Plan, Raynolds Addition / Barelas Stop Sign Reconfiguration, Sawmill Wells Park Sector Development Plan, Summit Park / North Campus Neighborhood Traffic Management Plan, The Modern Roundabout, Zuni Road Study, Impact Fee Ordinance Amendments, West Central Metropolitan Redevelopment Area, Impact Fee Amendments, 2010-2020 Redistricting Process

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2011

Volcano Trails Sector Development Plan, Volcano Mesa Amendment to the Westside Strategic Plan, Volcano Cliffs Sector Development Plan

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2010

North Fourth Street Rank III Corridor Plan

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2009

Charter Review Task Force, Form Based Zones, South Yale Sector Development Plan, Uptown Sector Development Plan

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2008

21st Century Transportation Task Force

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2007

"Big Box" Regulations, Nob Hill Highland Sector Development Plan, Volcano Heights Sector Development Plan

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2005

12th and Menaul / Former Albuquerque Indian School Site, Huning Highland-East Downtown (EDO) Planning, Montaño Corridor Studies

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2004

4th and Montaño Coalition, Community Economic Forum 2004, Downtown Arena, Planned Growth Strategy

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2000-2002

Unification Report, Parking Operations and Financial Review, Police Oversight Study, Albuquerque's Industrial Revenue Bond Program: Community Stakeholder Perspectives and Recommendations, Analysis of Albuquerque's Industrial Revenue Bond Program, APD Total Compensation Comparison and Overtime Analysis

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Pre-2000

Police Oversight Task Force Report to the Albuquerque City Council, Report on the Oversight Mechanisms of the Albuquerque Police Department

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