Highlights of the sponsored legislation for District 6.
Sponsored Legislation Highlights
Councilor Garduño has sponsored legislation to help encourage small businesses, protect the environment, encourage transparency and honesty in government, and revitalize neighborhoods.
- R-07-11: Market Study Group To Examine Ways To Strengthen Local Growers' Markets and To Recommend Changes To Local Ordinances or Regulations Dealing With Growers' Markets
- R-09-297: Creating A Community Gardens Study Group To Examine Ways To Strengthen And Expand Community Gardens In Albuquerque And To Recommend Changes To Local Ordinances Or Regulations That Will Enhance Development Of Community Gardens
- R-08-29: Designating The Near Heights Boundary Expansion a Metropolitan Redevelopment Area, Including The Recently Formed Eastern/Alvarado Metropolitan Redevelopment Area (R-07-283); Making Certain Findings and Determinations Pursuant To The Metropolitan Redevelopment Code, and Authorizing and Directing The Metropolitan Redevelopment Agency To Prepare a Metropolitan Plan For The Near Heights Expansion Metropolitan Redevelopment Area
- O-08-38: Amending Section 3-2-14 ROA 1994, The Impasse Procedures Of The City's Labor-Management Relations Ordinance To Provide For Impasse Resolution For Non-Economic Issues Through Arbitration Even If Both Parties Do Not Agree (O'Malley, Garduño)
- R-08-143: Recognizing The Urgency of Stabilizing The Climate As Well As The Role That Albuquerque Can Play In Such An Endeavor and Supporting The Mayor's Climate Action Task Force
- R-09-203: Recognizing The Area In and Around Louisiana Blvd. Between Central Ave. and Zuni Ave., Comprising The Communities of La Mesa, Trumbull, South San Pedro, Elder Homestead, Fair West and Surrounding Areas, as The "International District"
- R-09-219: Expressing The City's Support For The Nob Hill Mainstreet Project To Collaborate In A Community Development Revitalization Program
- R-09-236: Adopting The 2009 Neighborhood Stabilization Plan Incorporated Into The State of New Mexico's 2009 Action Plan Substantial Amendment For The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Neighborhood Stabilization Program For The Expenditure of Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) Funds
- R-09-324: Expressing Support For The Albuquerque International Festival and Designating The Use of $18,000 In Previously Appropriated Funds To The Economic Development Department
- R-08-66: Supporting a Federal Department of Peace and Nonviolence
- R-08-67: Supporting The Hardrock Mining and Reclamation Act of 2007
- R-08-101: Authorizing The Mayor To Execute a Contract Agreement With The New Mexico Department of Children, Youth and Families; Providing An Appropriation To The Department of Family And Community Services/Division of Child and Family Development, Temporary Assistance For Needy Families Program (TANF)
- R-08-129, R-09-259: Authorizing The Mayor To Execute A Contract Agreement With The New Mexico Department of Children, Youth and Families and Providing An Appropriation To The Department of Family and Community Services/Division of Child and Family Development, Pre-Kindergarten
- R-09-316: Authorizing a Sector Plan for an Area Delineated by San Mateo to Louisiana and Lomas to Gibson (International District Sector Plan)
- R-09-319: Calling For Transparency In The City of Albuquerque's Use of Public Funds In The Areas of Purchasing, Economic Development, Accounting, and Hiring of Retired Employees; Directing The Administration To Expand Or Add New Information To The City Website