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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
Friday’s Heroes: AFD personnel and Aviation Police Officers
“Community Center for Entrepreneurship” Begins Programs Next Week
Friday’s Hero: AFD Captain Kevin O’Brien
Employees of the Week: Patricia Duran and Bernadette Garcia-Sanchez
Friday’s Heroes: AFD E5 Crew, Albuquerque Ambulance personnel, and Transit Security Officers
Employees of the Week: Victor Lovato and Lawrence Romero
Project kicks off first phase of creating an activity loop around the City.
Program kicks off on May 1-2 at the Albuquerque Convention Center where eligible homebuyers can reserve $15,000 in down payment assistance grants
Public Safety, Economic Development, Homeless Services, and Salary Increases Among Top Priorities
System will manage and measure valuable volunteering hours
Donations are being accepted for the Dog Theft Reward Fund
Services to Help the Homeless, Individuals Living in Mental Health Crisis & the Hungry
Mayor Berry advances legislation to incentivize pay equity within local companies
Employee of the Week: Adrian Olvera
Friday’s Heroes: AFD Lt. Edward Nieto, PHI Pilot Dave Wortner, and Flight Nurse Robyn Libassi
Albuquerque Selected as a Finalist in the Running to Receive Up to $1 Million from Bloomberg Philanthropies for Public Art that Addresses Civic Topics
237 U.S. Cities Applied from 45 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico
Renovations to begin on the former Noonday building
City Projects Save Energy and Taxpayer Dollars and Earn Big Rebate Checks