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News from the Mayor's Office.
“There’s a Better Way” Van to Deliver Work Opportunities to Panhandlers
Mayor urges U.S. Forest Service to maintain access to Elena Gallegos Open Space.
Friday’s Heroes: Personnel from Albuquerque Ambulance Service (AAS)
Employee of the Week: Mayor’s Office Constituent Services Employee Carmen
Mayor Richard Berry Joins Diner en Blanc as Bus Leader City of Albuquerque to Sponsor Event
'Running Start' helps prep high schoolers for their careers.
Tiguex Park chosen for preliminary location.
Mayor & First Lady Berry Support Formerly Incarcerated Fathers Learn a Trade & Achieve Financial Stability
Check from 2015 Charity Gala presented to PB&J’s Fathers Building Futures
Check from 2015 Charity Gala presented to Accion New Mexico, a nonprofit that helps entrepreneurs start up and maintain their businesses.
Lifeguards at Eisenhower and Sandia Pools save the lives of endangered swimmers
AAS, AFD, APD and UNMH save the life of man shot by intruder
New dog park named after adored crossing guard
Mayor Berry honors APD officer who resuscitated a baby who had stopped breathing
Mayor Berry honors Sandia Pool Lifeguard Dotty Swari as Employee of the Week.
Albuquerque among 50 cities selected to participate in national initiative.
Mayor Berry approves a 2.5 percent pay increase for all Albuquerque firefighters
New 12-court tennis complex at Ventana Ranch is now open to the public and is the largest sports field arena in west Albuquerque.
Several activities planned focused on STEM education
Citi Foundation and Living Cities to help eleven cities in the United States pilot leading innovations in local government.
Natalie Howard, manager for Public Service University, is nominated to serve as City Clerk.
Friday’s Heroes: APD Officer Christopher Wetterlund
Employee of the Week: DMD Employee Donald Martinez
Community Support Vital to Success
Running Start for Careers as a Top 25 program in this year’s Innovations in American Government Awards competition.
Goal: engage 15,000 students in summer learning during inaugural year.
Innovative, scalable programs sought to spark entrepreneurship and innovation
Mayor awards 9-year old with Good Samaritan Award