News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
Third Graders’ Letter Helps Spur Improvements and Shelter at Existing Bus Stop
Today Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized the successes of the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Trade Alliance that was formed by the City and County in August of 2012.
Albuquerque to be National Leader in Gender Equal Pay Initiative
Mayor applauds Albuquerque Airport System’s Major Success
Garcia’s Kitchen sponsors lunch for Clean City Team
New component of AHH to focus on female veterans
Applications process is streamlined, requiring less manual filtering
New access, parking, athletic field and other amenities completedfor busy sports park
Program to align the skills and abilities of workforce with the needs of employers
New Moody’s Report shows Albuquerque Payroll Grew Faster than U.S. for the First Time Since 2009
Over $200,000 Beyond Minimum Annual Guarantee Garnered in the Past Two Years
Mayor Richard J. Berry announced a successful school drive along with Albuquerque Public School’s Kris Muerer and the Corporate Volunteer Council President Jaci Bertrand.
The 2013 NAMI-NM Domenici Family Award in the Individual Community Supporter category is awarded to Mayor Richard J. Berry.
Mayor Richard J. Berry announced the design build team of Kiewit New Mexico/Bohannan Huston Inc./Terracon, all New Mexico firms, have been selected to build the Paseo Del Norte/I-25 Interchange Reconstruction Project
Mayor Richard J. Berry officially welcomed Interim Police Chief Allen Banks into his new position, and the duo introduced the soon to be promoted Deputy Chiefs of the Albuquerque Police Department.
Mayor Richard J. Berry and First Lady Maria Berry presented The Metropolitan Homelessness Program for Veterans, Albuquerque Reads, Reads West, and United Way of Central New Mexico with checks totaling $175,000 from the proceeds raised during the 2013 Mayor and First Lady’s Charity Gala.
Taxpayer Savings in Albuquerque Now Has Others Asking for Advice
Friday’s Heroes: Officer Tom Novicki and K-9 Trigger
80 State of the Art Meters are placed in Nob Hill and East Downtown Albuquerque
Mayor Richard J. Berry has enlisted the Solid Waste Department to help residents recover from the massive weekend storm.