Official news from the City of Albuquerque
Mayor Richard J. Berry will submit to the City Council a key piece of legislation that will clean-up, provide accountability, and revise the reporting structure within the Administrative Hearing Office.
Volunteer Donates a Meal and Enjoys Dinner with Residents.
Basic front desk work.
Recommendation of 72 hour agenda notification.
Thomas Gallegos, Nutrition Driver, Department of Senior Affairs
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized an officer from the APD for his role in taking a dangerous man off the streets of Albuquerque.
New Features Include Easier Loading/Unloading, Smoother Ride and Better Climate Control
Looking for volunteers to provide enrichment classes for children and families.
City saves $1.4 Million per year with Energy Efficiency Projects
We need fabric and yarn for our baby blanket makers who make blankets for over 5,000 Presbyterian babies a year!
The SVEDC and PB&J are implementing a pilot project that will be training participants in various trades.
Providing quality foods to hunger relief organizations.
Our desire is to have this project ready for the coming fall cool crop planting.
Assist the operations manager for the Society of St Vincent de Paul.
Work in the Nature Park Gift Shop
AIMS@UNM Charter School has received a grant of $175,000 from the Daniels Fund to support the development of a second AIMS school in Albuquerque.
Mayor Richard J. Berry recognized the wife of an Albuquerque Firefighter for her role in potentially saving the lives of dozens of children on a school bus.
Arlene DeFoor, Albuquerque Schools Crossing Guard, Albuquerque Police Department
In a move that will lead to expanded before and after school programs, Mayor Richard Berry and City Council President Trudy Jones broke ground on the renovation of the Holiday Park Community Center today.