News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
Employee of the Week: Benjamin Seiler
Community invited to share concerns in second of series of outreach events
New acreage to be used for recreational facilities
Goal is to provide advanced training for 100 percent of Field Services officers.
Mayor Announces Program to Provide Free ABQ RIDE Transportation to Veterans with V.A. Hospital Cards
ABQ RIDE to Begin Providing Service to Cardholders April 21, 2014
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
City of Albuquerque Receives “AAA” Bond Rating from Standard & Poor’s Rating Services, “Aa1” Bond Rating from Moody’s Investor Service and “AA+” Bond Rating From Fitch Ratings Inc. and Sees GRT Increases
Upgraded Outlook from Moody’s Indicates Steady Economic Growth
Friday’s Hero: Brianna Swinderman
Chief Gorden Eden Hires Seasoned Law Enforcement Professional to Oversee Training, Crisis Response and Accountability Measures
Retired Commander Robert Huntsman will serve as 4th Deputy Chief
New Station Provides Bus, Rail Runner Connections to North Valley Area
“The Blacksmith Shop at the Yards” is the best design build project in the State of New Mexico for 2014
Several Agencies Share Information in Preparation for Fire Season
Mayor Berry Requests Swift Completion of DOJ Investigation Proposes Immediate Negotiations to Implement DOJ Monitoring Plan
Mayor Reiterates His Strong Support for the Men and Women of APD
The Albuquerque Film Office faced tough competition from three Southern California film commissions and Iceland’s commission.
Mayor Berry Submits Balanced Budget Focused on Enhanced Economic Opportunities and Improved Public Safety
Entrepreneurism and Public Safety Are Key Budget Priorities
Community invited to share input as April kicks off Child Abuse Prevention Month
Daily nonstop service begins Sept. 18, 2014.