News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
Senior Corps Volunteers & Staff Host a Senior Food Pantry as part of MLK Day
Friday’s Hero: Officer Matthew Reeder
Employee of the Week: Tammy Young
The renovation of the Bear Canyon Senior Center included an additional 1,526 square feet of space
Temporary Stop on Southbound 118th St near Dennis Chavez to Serve Students
Long time public servant will lead Albuquerque Fire Department
Friday’s Hero: Firefighter Eddie Torres
Employee of the Week: Tomas Rivera
Governor Susana Martinez & Mayor Richard J. Berry Announce Partnership to Assist Eclipse Aerospace in Adding 100 New, High Paying Jobs
In an exciting new economic development collaboration, the City of Albuquerque and State of New Mexico announced a partnership with Eclipse Aerospace to retain and expand one of Albuquerque’s most promising and innovative companies
Long time educator and public servant takes the helm
Mayor Richard J. Berry announced today that the City of Albuquerque’s Solid Waste Management Department’s Annual Fall Green Waste Collection was once again well received by the public.
Route #198 Will Serve School with Three Runs on Weekdays
Mayor Richard J. Berry, surrounded by some of Albuquerque’s youngest citizens broke ground with City Councilors and State Legislators this afternoon to build the newest Library in the City of Albuquerque, at the intersection of Central Avenue and Unser Boulevard NW.
Employee of the Week: Laura Metzler
Friday’s Heroes: AFD Firefighters and APD Open Space Officers
Addressing Manufacturing Issues
Now, Practically All Smartphones Can Get Real Time Bus Data about ABQ RIDE and Other Information
Mayor Richard J. Berry is in the process of sending legislation to the City Council in order to protect children from e-cigarettes, pending further regulations from the Food and Drug Administration and improvements to current State laws.
As the Berry Administration transitions to the second term in office, long time Family & Community Services employee is promoted to director
Mayor Richard J. Berry and City Councilor Ken Sanchez will recognize Mr. Joe O. Armijo for his work on behalf of the senior community in our city