News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
Westside residents are one step closer to complete connectivity from the South end of the city to the North and into Rio Rancho.
Update: The red light camera program was discontinued in December 2011. This information highlights the executive and legislative processes that eventually led to the end of red light cameras operating within selected Albuquerque intersections.
Mayor Berry praises and celebrates Kirtland Air Force Base and Sandia National Laboratories through a resolution sponsored by Councilor Brad Winter.
The Berry Administration has reached a deal with Coronado Mall management allowing Lucky Paws to remain open for the next year.
"ABQ View puts our city government at the forefront of what open government should look like for cities around the country," Mayor Berry said.
City to re-examine take-home policies and costs for more than 240 government fleet vehicles.
Mayor Richard J. Berry gives a voice to all employees, citizens, and vendors to report efficiencies, increased stewardship and better acountability of taxpayer dollars.
Mayor Berry discusses Albuquerque's balanced FY11 budget and its notable lack of any tax increases.
Mayor Berry: "Drinking and driving is a serious problem, and we want employees and the public to know that DWI has serious consequences at the City of Albuquerque."
Mayor Richard J. Berry submitted a proposal to Governor Bill Richardson’s Administration Wednesday asking that $1 million in stimulus money that was requested to be spent on a new fire station be used to buy air packs for firefighters or two new fire trucks.
Mayor Berry looks forward to working with City Council to reform and create comprehensive impact fees legislation.
Berry Administration reaches agreements with two AFSCME unions; implements wage reductions for three others.
News release about stalemate reached in contract negotiations with Albuquerque Police Officers' Association.
July 1, 2010, news release announcing salary adjustments, budget cuts, and ongoing union negotiations.
Mayor Berry's address for the opening of the new Prisoner Transport Center and the City of Albuquerque's partnership with ICE.
APD to partner with ICE agents in new Prisoner Transport Center.
Cuts cost and size of government; no layoffs or furloughs. Salary reductions are included.
Initiative to make Albuquerque more attractive to private sector.
Recipients include ARCA, The Barrett Foundation, Silver Horizons New Mexico Inc., and The Harmony Project.
As part of a launching to a public/private bicycle safety campaign, Mayor Richard J. Berry unveiled a billboard design cautioning motorist to safely share the road with bicyclists.