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Employee of the Week & Friday's Heroes
State of the City
News from the Mayor's Office.
Good Samaritans: Andy Chavez and Elio Luna
Employees of the Week: Larry Chavez, Bryan Navarette, Damian Gomez, Daniel Padilla, Greg Garcia & Victor Line
Friday's Hero: AFD Commander Frank Soto
Common Sense Legislation Continues on to the Senate
Albuquerque Rapid Transit would connect from Coors Boulevard to Louisiana Boulevard along the Central Avenue Corridor.
Employee of the Week: Solid Waste Employees Daniel Martinez and Lee Conlin
Friday's Hero: Albuquerque Police Department (APD) Officer Chris J. Poccia
Statewide support for this Common Sense Legislation is Growing
Talent ABQ & Innovate+Educate focus on skills-based hiring at community based intensive outpatient project
Letters flood in asking the State to reinstate Return to Work for Law Enforcement to ensure the public safety of both small and large communities
"AAA" Bond Rating from Standard & Poor's Rating Services, "Aal" Bond Rating from Moody's Investor Service & "AA+" Bond Rating From Fitch Ratings Inc.
ESA Recipient: Department of Technology and Innovation
Employee of the Week: Department of Municipal Development's Joshua Lucero
Friday's Heroes: Officer Michael Jones and Sergeant Nick Wheeler
Legislation is fiscally responsible, brings experience back to the community.
Employee of the Week: Transit Employee Tim Salazar.
Friday’s Hero: Officer Albert Simmons
Synthetic ice rink glides its way into local's hearts
Mayor: "We are creating an easy way for our community to help end homelessness."
P.A.C.T. Plan (Police and Community Together) will assign 75% of officers into Area Commands
Talent ABQ & Innovate+Educate focus on skills-based hiring at homeless day shelter
A decrease in commercial insurance premiums may occure
UNMH & Bernalillo County make generous contributions to aid the homeless this winter season
Employees of the Week: Ryan Harris and Hugh Hulse