Official news from the City of Albuquerque
This year, the two city public safety departments will be joining forces to play against the NM All-stars to raise money for their own brothers in need.
Mayor Richard J. Berry’s Office recognized members of the Albuquerque Police Department and the Albuquerque Fire Department.
Employee of the Week: Michael Farias
Mayor Richard J. Berry and First Lady Maria Berry presented Art in the School, Keshet Dance Company, and United Way of Central New Mexico with a check for $195,000.
Sergeant Art Gamboa, Detective’s Aaron Jones, Chris Maes, Jimmy Bledsoe, Justin Montgomery, and Rob Lujan are this week’s Friday’s Heroes.
Employee of the Week: Anthony Dennis Pollock
City Departments have been working with the local web based business, Real Time Solutions, to create a new website for the City of Albuquerque.
The homes located at 323 Grove St NE and 321 San Pablo NE have been vacant for years, and have been attracting illegal drug activity, vagrants, and taggers.
**Update: There are no current meetings scheduled at this time. Check back in a few months for the new schedule or contact Tony Duran: [email protected] with any inquiries.**
Josh Herbert introduced a water safety public information campaign to the City of Albuquerque.
ESA Recipient’s: Alan Gutowski, Finance Manager and Celina Martinez, Claims Officer, Risk Management Division
Mayor Richard J. Berry’s Office Honors APD Officers for saving the lives of abandoned horses.
The City is excited to announce that it will be publishing a bid for contract maintenance of median landscapes on July 25.
Neighborhood Association Presidents have all been invited to meet with City of Albuquerque staff, directors, and the Mayor.
ICE executive to lead APD’s training academy
KNMB Ambassador for Youth
Sandoval County CASA.
BMX Race Track Official
Cultural mentoring, ESL assistant, donation assistance, office assistant