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Mayor Tim Keller to Host Bilingual Town Hall

Mayor, City leaders will answer questions from people across Albuquerque in English and Spanish

September 20, 2020

Mayor Tim Keller and City leaders will host a Bilingual Telephone Town Hall on October 21st .

The town hall, which will be available to participants in both English and Spanish, will allow residents to ask questions over the telephone, learn more about the City’s response to the coronavirus, and get updates about City services and resources.

Nearly 30% of Albuquerque households speak a language other than English. These City-hosted bilingual town halls allow more residents to participate and get up-to-date and vital information about City services. Mayor Keller has held multiple town halls throughout the year, most recently in September.

The Town Halls are recorded and saved on the City’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/CityofAlbuquerqueGOVTV/videos. The last Bilingual Town Hall, from September 15th, is available in English and Spanish.

The City’s is working to communicate with the entire community and provide equitable access to services. Several materials have been translated and are available at https://www.cabq.gov/environmentalhealth/news/city-of-albuquerque-coronavirus-faqs. Mayor Keller’s Twitter account in Spanish is @AlcaldeKeller.

Who: Mayor Tim Keller and City Leaders
What: Bilingual Telephone Town Hall – Spanish and English When: Wednesday, October 21st from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

How to Join the Call: There is no charge to participate. Participants can register at cabq.gov/townhall to listen and ask questions English or cabq.gov/llamada to listen and ask questions in Spanish. Registration for this town hall will end at 5 p.m. on October 20. After registration, participants will receive a phone call to join the Telephone Town Hall on October 21st .

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