News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
In his continued effort to make bicycling in Albuquerque more friendly, Mayor Richard J. Berry announces the opening of the Osuna Road under crossing on the North Diversion Trail.
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized an officer from the Albuquerque Police Department for his role in saving the life of a woman at an Isotopes game.
The 18 Month $28 Million Dollar project reduced a travel lane in each direction from I-25 to Washington and added a bike lane and pedestrian amenities.
City opens data to create smart phone apps
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized four current members of the Albuquerque Fire Department, and two members of the Firefighters Random Acts group.
The entire Environmental Health Strategic Support Division is the most recent recipient of the Mayor’s Efficiency, Stewardship and Accountability award.
Mayor & First Lady’s Charity Gala Helps Therapeutic Dance Company Reach More Vulnerable Kids & Teens
The long standing Albuquerque tradition will profit Keshet Dance Company
Broad-based Veterans’ Preference/Recognition Hiring Program Begins
The highly anticipated project will be on the November ballot
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized a group of Del Norte High School Air Force Junior ROTC members for their role in helping ailing members off the trail.
Jayne Aranda and Kelly Gold are the most recent recipients of the City of Albuquerque’s Efficiency, Stewardship and Accountability award.
Mayor Richard J. Berry will submit to the City Council a key piece of legislation that will clean-up, provide accountability, and revise the reporting structure within the Administrative Hearing Office.
Recommendation of 72 hour agenda notification.
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized an officer from the APD for his role in taking a dangerous man off the streets of Albuquerque.
City saves $1.4 Million per year with Energy Efficiency Projects
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized the wife of an Albuquerque Firefighter for her role in potentially saving the lives of dozens of children on a school bus.
In a move that will lead to expanded before and after school programs, Mayor Richard Berry and City Council President Trudy Jones broke ground on the renovation of the Holiday Park Community Center today.
AIMS@UNM Charter School has received a grant of $175,000 from the Daniels Fund to support the development of a second AIMS school in Albuquerque.
Highlights Include: No Tax Increases, No Layoffs, Additional Police Cars
At Monday night’s city council meeting, three councilors (Benton, O’Malley and Garduno) refused to vote for critical, time-sensitive bi-partisan effort funding for Paseo Del Norte and I-25 funding.