Of the ten recommendations addressed in AWD’s Fiscal Management audit report, two have been fully implemented, six are in process and two have not been implemented.
The Division’s current processes may not detect missing revenue and other errors. The Division must develop policies and procedures to address collection and reconciliation processes for all of the meters and pay stations in its inventory. By continuing to improve internal controls, ensuring the accuracy and completeness of parking meter and pay station revenue, and improving its policies, the Division will strengthen its operations.
Below is a list of planning-related items that will be heard at full Council in the coming weeks.
Park and ride information for the 2016 Freedom 4th event.
Closer Park and Ride service at Cottonwood Mall -- again complementing traditional service from Coronado Center.
Artwork from Alice and other zoo residents will be sold at EXPO NM this weekend
Help hundreds of kittens and puppies with needed items.
Keep your pet safe with the holiday fireworks.
Be extra careful with pets during hot temperature months.
Golf Center at Balloon Fiesta Park Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 9-10:30am
ABQ BioPark Zoo pays tribute to the world's tallest mammal over 3 days with education, activities & conservation info
July 12, 2016, is City Employee election day to fill a vacancy on the City of Albuquerque's Personnel Board.
City Of Albuquerque Notice Of Proposed Substantial Amendment To The City Of Albuquerque 2016 Annual Action Plan
From the u.S. Department of housing and urban development (HUD) notice of 30-day public comment period publication date: June 5, 2016
Information about a proposed 3.4 percent Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Goal from ABQ RIDE.
City of Albuquerque closure information for July Fourth.
Stay safe by attending public firework shows.
Long-time zoo resident left his mark on keepers, community