Official news from the City of Albuquerque
ALBUQUERQUE—Mayor Richard J. Berry signed off on an incentive package Friday for SUMCO Phoenix Corporation to grow its work force in Albuquerque.
Albuquerque—In preparation for the 2010 Mayor and First Lady’s Charity Gala, Mayor Richard Berry and Albuquerque’s First Lady Maria are accepting grant proposals from 501(c)(3) organizations.
Mayor Richard J. Berry presented to City Councilors February 12, 2010 a list of budget actions that will result in a $19 million savings for the current fiscal year.
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized on Friday the crews of Rescue 21 and Squad 2 who rescued a 15-year-old girl who was trapped in a wrecked car.
Mayor Richard J. Berry unveiled his plan to attack property crime Jan. 26, 2010, pledging to make Albuquerque a bad place to commit crime.
Albuquerque Fire Chief James Breen promoted two life long Albuquerque natives to lieutenant this week.
Albuquerque Police Dispatcher Cheryl Kirk is this week’s Friday’s Hero
Based on the current five year forecast, the City of Albuquerque will face a $54.6 million budget shortfall in fiscal year 2011 in addition to the shortfall already identified for fiscal year 2010.
Greetings from the Mayor’s Office! It is an honor to serve you as Mayor of the great city of Albuquerque, home to one of the best Open Space systems in the country and endless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Our family is very active in outdoor activities such as hiking and skiing, and we’re so happy that the Open Space Division is here to offer over 29,000 acres of land for our community’s enjoyment.
Mayor sends legislation to City Council and proposes executive cuts.
Redflex contract extended for four months to allow time for the study
Mayor Richard J. Berry designates an extra $35,000 toward a reward for information leading to the arrest in the West Mesa murder case.
Crews rescue man and save building.
Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz shaped his new command staff Wednesday by promoting two new deputy chiefs.
A score and five years ago, our city fathers brought forth a new division conceived for everybody and dedicated to the proposition that not all land is created equal. At that time our community was engaged in a great struggle to prevent the loss of its character to the wrecking ball or the bulldozer blade. And while there have been setbacks, the victories were greater and the result has been beyond impressive.