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Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. O-21-67

Enactment No. O-2021-064

Sponsored By: Councilor Davis, Sena, Peña, Benton

ORDINANCE

AMENDING SECTIONS 7-2-1-2, OF THE TRANSIT SYSTEM ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR A ZERO FARE PILOT PROJECT AND CREATING A NEW SECTION 7-2-1-3.

 

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. O-21-68

Enactment No. O-2021-021

Sponsored By: Councilor Gibson

ORDINANCE

AMENDING SECTION(S) 4-8-8 and 4-8-13 OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE HOSPITALITY FEE ORDINANCE.

 

Council Bill No. O-21-75

Enactment No. O-2021-022

Sponsored By: Councilor Gibson

ORDINANCE

AMENDING SECTION(S) 4-4-9 and 4-4-14 OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE LODGERS’ TAX ORDINANCE.

Mayor Keller Signs Twenty-Third Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a twenty-third declaration of additional emergency procedures and assistance due to the novel Coronavirus Covid-19. Click here to view the declaration.

Personnel Board Certificate of Canvass

Certificate of Canvass

CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE

PERSONNEL BOARD

CERTIFICATE OF CANVASS

September 13, 2021

 

We, the Office of the City Clerk’s Canvass Board, made up of two (2) employees of the City Clerk’s Office. Jessica Enriquez, the duly appointed and qualified City Hearing Monitor of the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico; and Camille Cordova, duly appointed and qualified Assistant City Clerk for the City of Albuquerque hereby certify that from September 8 through September 10, the Office of the City Clerk conducted an electronic Personnel Board Election.  The purpose of the election was for permanent city employees to elect a candidate to sit on the Personnel Board. Mr. Grover had a total of 54 votes. One vote did not count due to unemployment with the city.

 

 

                                                       Votes Cast                                               Term Expires

Mr. Thomas Grover                              53                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Dr. T Zane Reeves                               127                                                     September 1, 2023

 

            The total number of City Employees who voted in the Personnel Board Election

                                                                 180

 

View Official Canvass

 

Notice of BOE Meeting Cancellation

BOARD OF ETHICS & CAMPAIGN PRACTICES

NOTICE OF CANCELLATION

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2021

9:00 A.M.

  

The BOE Meeting to be held on September 10, 2021 at 9:00am has been vacated.

 

The Evidentiary Hearing for BOE 02-2021 has been rescheduled for:

 

Friday, September 24, 2021 at 9:00am

 

View Notice of Cancellation

View September 24 Meeting Notice

 

Mayor Keller Signs Twenty-Second Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a twenty-second declaration of additional emergency procedures and assistance due to the novel Coronavirus Covid-19. Click here to view the declaration.

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. F/S O-21-74

Enactment No. O-2021-020

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. F/S O-21-65 RELATING TO THE AUTHORIZATION, ISSUANCE AND SALE OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BOND (EL ENCANTO, INC. PROJECT) TAX-EXEMPT SERIES 2021 (THE “BOND”) AND PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF THE BOND AS A TAXABLE BOND.

Mayor Keller Signs Twenty-First Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a twenty-first declaration of additional emergency procedures and assistance due to the novel Coronavirus Covid-19. Click here to view the declaration.

Notice of Pre-Hearing Conference and Hearing

APPEAL OF THE DENIAL OF CERTIFICATION AS PARTICIPATING CANDIDATE FOR PUBLIC FUNDING OF SHERIFF MANUEL GONZALES III

Pursuant to your request for a hearing, notice is hereby given that a virtual zoom pre-hearing conference and hearing has been scheduled before City Hearing Officer Ripley Harwood for Thursday, July 15, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. The following information will give you access to the online virtual zoom hearing:

                          

Join Zoom Meeting:

https://cabq.zoom.us/j/98871335511

Meeting ID: 988 7133 5511

Find your local number: https://cabq.zoom.us/u/acHFkpwM9f

 

It is the responsibility of each party to be prepared at the time indicated to present your case and witnesses should also be contacted and notified of the time and date of hearing.  I shall preside over this hearing at the time, date and place above stated.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Jessica Enriquez at 924-3918 or [email protected].

 

Click here to view notice in PDF

BOARD OF ETHICS & CAMPAIGN PRACTICES

Notice of Meeting

 

THURSDAY, JULY 22, 2021

1:00 P.M.

 

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Ethics & Campaign Practices has scheduled a meeting for Thursday, July 22, 2021 beginning at 1:00 P.M. in the VINCENT E. GRIEGO CHAMBERS, basement level of the City/County Building, to hear:

 

  • Evidentiary Hearing in BOE 02-2021: Holguin v Gonzales III

 

Except for any portion of the meeting that may be closed by the Board pursuant to the provisions of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act, the meeting will be open to the public.

 

Any disabled member of the public who wishes to attend the meeting and needs accommodations to attend or participate, such as sign language, interpretation, an amplifier, a reader or other form of accommodations, should contact Camille Cordova at 924-3650, at least 5 days prior to the meeting. Also, disabled persons who need public documents such as meeting agendas, etc., in accessible format should contact Camille Cordova.

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. O-21-60

Enactment No. O-2021-018

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton and Councilor Jones

ORDINANCE

ADOPTING TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE §14-16 FOR THE 2020 IDO ANNUAL UPDATE; INCLUDING TEXT AMENDMENTS FOR SMALL MAPPED AREAS.

 

Council Bill No. O-21-70

Enactment No. O-2021-019

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AMENDING THE LABOR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS ORDINANCE TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH CHANGES TO STATE LAW REGARDING PUBLIC EMPLOYEE BARGAINING IN ACCORDANCE WITH DIRECTION PROVIDED BY THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO PUBLIC EMPLOYEE LABOR RELATIONS BOARD.

 

Mayor Keller Signs Twentieth Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a twentieth declaration of additional emergency procedures and assistance due to the novel Coronavirus Covid-19. Click here to view the declaration.

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. O-21-59

Enactment No. O-2021-013

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton and Councilor Gibson

ORDINANCE

AMENDING CHAPTER 14, ARTICLE 7, PART 2, SECTION 1 PARAGRAPH B OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, 1994, THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ORDINANCE. 

 

Council Bill No. F/S O-21-65

Enactment No. O-2021-017

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BOND (EL ENCANTO, INC. PROJECT), TAX-EXEMPT SERIES 2021 IN THE MAXIMUM PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $10,000,000 TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO FINANCE THE CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPPING OF A MANUFACTURING FACILITY; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF AN INDENTURE, LEASE AGREEMENT, BOND, TAX REGULATORY AGREEMENT AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE ISSUANCE OF THE BOND AND THE PROJECT; MAKING CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS AND FINDINGS RELATING TO THE BOND AND THE PROJECT; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

 

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. F/S O-21-62

Enactment No. O-2021-014

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan

ORDINANCE

APPROVING A PROJECT INVOLVING AFFORDABLE SOLAR INSTALLATION, INC. PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT AND CITY ORDINANCE F/S O-04-10, THE CITY'S IMPLEMENTING LEGISLATION FOR THAT ACT, TO SUPPORT THE ACQUISITION, RENOVATION, DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF A FACILITY FOR A RENEWABLE ENERGY PRODUCTION AND STORAGE TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY IN ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A PROJECT PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROJECT; MAKING CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS AND FINDINGS RELATING TO THE PROJECT INCLUDING THE APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

 

Council Bill No. O-21-63

Enactment No. O-2021-015

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AMENDING THE SCOPE OF THE GREATER ALBUQUERQUE BICYCLING ADVISORY COMMITTEE, § 2-6-15 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, TO INCLUDE ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION USERS, AND AMENDING THE TITLE OF THE COMMITTEE TO BE THE GREATER ALBUQUERQUE ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE.

 

Council Bill No. O-21-64

Enactment No. O-2021-016

Sponsored By: Councilor Borrego and Councilor Gibson

ORDINANCE

AMENDING THE TRAFFIC CODE TO CLARIFY THE PLACARD OR LICENSE PLATE REQUIREMENTS FOR USE OF DISABLED PARKING SPACES.

BOARD OF ETHICS & CAMPAIGN PRACTICES

NOTICE OF MEETING

 

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Ethics & Campaign Practices has scheduled a meeting for Wednesday, June 23, beginning at 1:00 P.M. in the VINCENT E. GRIEGO CHAMBERS, basement level of the City/County Building, to hear:

  •  Evidentiary Hearing in BOE 01-2021: Holguin v Gonzales III

 

Except for any portion of the meeting that may be closed by the Board pursuant to the provisions of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act, the meeting will be open to the public.

 

Any disabled member of the public who wishes to attend the meeting and needs accommodations to attend or participate, such as sign language, interpretation, an amplifier, a reader or other form of accommodations, should contact Camille Cordova at 924-3650, at least 5 days prior to the meeting. Also, disabled persons who need public documents such as meeting agendas, etc., in accessible format should contact Camille Cordova.

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE WILL BE HEARD BY THE ALBUQUERQUE CITY COUNCIL

AMENDING THE LABOR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS ORDINANCE TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH CHANGES TO STATE LAW REGARDING PUBLIC EMPLOYEE BARGAINING IN ACCORDANCE WITH DIRECTION PROVIDED BY THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO PUBLIC EMPLOYEE LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE LABOR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS BOARD (BOARD) is considering amending the New Mexico Public Employee Labor Relations Board’s procedural rules in Parts 1-3 of Title 11 Chapter 21 NMAC (Proposed Rules), adopted by the Board on April 13, 2021, to conform with amendments to the City of Albuquerque Labor-Management Relations Ordinance, §§ 3-2-1 et seq. R.O.A. 1994, and changes required by the State of New Mexico Public Employees Labor Relations Board pursuant to § 10-7E-10 NMSA 1978 of the New Mexico Public Employee Bargaining Act, §§10-7E-1 et. seq. NMSA 1978.  The Board will conduct a virtual public meeting to receive public comment on its proposal on June 21, 2021, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, via Zoom.  Except for any portion of the meeting that may be closed by the Board pursuant to the provision of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act, the meeting will be open to the public.  

 

Labor Board Rule 1-3 6.7.21 DRAFT

 

***In light of the public health emergency, the proposed rulemaking meeting will be held via Zoom. Participants will be given options to join remotely from a computer or phone.***

 

Join Zoom Meeting https://cabq.zoom.us/j/92454314880
Meeting ID: 924 5431 4880
Find your local number: https://cabq.zoom.us/u/adZTiUGeCL

 

Copies of the Board’s Meeting Agenda may be accessed on the Board’s website (http://www.cabq.gov/clerk/administrative-hearings/labor-management-relations-board) or at the Albuquerque City Clerk’s office.  

 

Concerned parties may provide oral comments at the public meeting or submit written comments prior to the meeting.  Written comments may be submitted to the Board via US Mail c/o Jessica Enriquez, City Hearing Monitor, P.O. Box 1293, Albuquerque, NM, 87103 or by electronic mail to [email protected].  The submission of written comments as soon as possible is encouraged.  Written comments must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on June 21, 2021.  

 

Any person with a disability who is in need of assistance to attend or participate in the meeting  should contact Jordan Vargas at [email protected] or (505) 768-3073 at least five (5) business days prior to the hearing.  

 

The authority for this action is §§2-6-1-4(C) and  3-10-11(A) R.O.A. 1994.

 

POSTED ON THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS WEBSITE:  http://www.cabq.gov/clerk/administrative-hearings/labor-management-relations-board

 

DATE POSTED:  June 7, 2021​

Mayor Keller Signs Nineteenth Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a nineteenth declaration of additional emergency procedures and assistance due to the novel Coronavirus Covid-19. Click here to view the declaration.

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. O-21-54

Enactment No. O-2021-010

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AMENDING THE TRAFFIC CODE TO IMPLEMENT ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW RESIDENTIAL PERMIT PARKING AREAS.

 

Council Bill No. O-21-55

Enactment No. O-2021-011

Sponsored By: Councilor Borrego

ORDINANCE

AMENDING SECTION 13-5-2-1 ROA 1994, THE ALBUQUERQUE CABLE FRANCHISE AND HEARING BOARD: TO RENAME IT THE ALBUQUERQUE CABLE, INTERNET AND PEG ADVISORY BOARD; TO ENLARGE ITS MEMBERSHIP; TO AUGMENT ITS DUTIES TO REFLECT CHANGES IN THE COMCAST FRANCHISE RENEWAL ORDINANCE AND TECHNOLOGIES; AND TO PROVIDE A PEG APPEAL PROCESS.

 

Council Bill No. O-21-57

Enactment No. O-2021-012

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

RELATING TO THE REDEVELOPMENT, LEASING AND SALE OF A METROPOLITAN REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT WITHIN THE SYCAMORE METROPOLITAN REDEVELOPMENT AREA CONSISTENT WITH THE TERMS OF THE SYCAMORE METROPOLITAN REDEVELOPMENT PLAN; APPROVING THE METROPOLITAN REDEVELOPMENT APPLICATION ENTITLED "HIGHLANDS EAST"; AUTHORIZING THE ACQUISITION OF LAND AND EXISTING IMPROVEMENTS AND CONSTRUCTION OF A BUILDING WITHIN THE SYCAMORE METROPOLITAN REDEVELOPMENT AREA; AUTHORIZING THE DISPOSITION BY LEASE AND SALE OF THE CITY'S INTEREST IN SUCH PROJECT TO URBAN HIGHLANDS EAST, LLC, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A LEASE AGREEMENT AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROJECT; MAKING CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS AND FINDINGS RELATING TO THE PROJECT; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

 

 

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. O-21-56

Enactment No. O-2021-008

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

APPROVING A PROJECT INVOLVING EL ENCANTO, INC., D/B/A BUENO FOODS, PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT AND CITY ORDINANCE F/S O-04-10, THE CITY'S IMPLEMENTING LEGISLATION FOR THAT ACT, TO SUPPORT THE CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF A FREEZER WAREHOUSE FOR A FOOD PRODUCTION COMPANY LOCATED IN ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A PROJECT PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROJECT; MAKING CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS AND FINDINGS RELATING TO THE PROJECT; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

 

Council Bill No. F/S O-21-58

Enactment No. O-2021-009

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan

ORDINANCE

AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BOND (AFFORDABLE SOLAR PROJECT) SERIES 2021 IN THE MAXIMUM PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $7,578,000 TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO FINANCE THE ACQUISITION, RENOVATION, DEVELOPMENT, IMPROVEMENT AND EQUIPPING OF A FACILITY FOR A RENEWABLE ENERGY PRODUCTION AND STORAGE TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF AN INDENTURE, LEASE AGREEMENT, BOND PURCHASE AGREEMENT, BOND, AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE ISSUANCE OF THE BOND AND THE PROJECT; MAKING CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS AND FINDINGS RELATING TO THE BOND AND THE PROJECT; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

 

Mayor Keller Signs Eighteenth Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed an eighteenth declaration of additional emergency procedures and assistance due to the novel Coronavirus Covid-19. Click here to view the declaration.

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. O-21-51

Enactment No. O-2021-005

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

APPROVING A PROJECT INVOLVING LOS POBLANOS LLLP PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT AND CITY ORDINANCE F/S O-04-10, THE CITY'S IMPLEMENTING LEGISLATION FOR THAT ACT, TO SUPPORT THE ACQUISITION AND RENOVATION OF A PRODUCTION FACILITY LOCATED IN ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A PROJECT PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROJECT; MAKING CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS AND FINDINGS RELATING TO THE PROJECT; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

 

Council Bill No. O-21-52

Enactment No. O-2021-006

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

APPROVING A PROJECT INVOLVING BUILD WITH ROBOTS, INC. PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT AND CITY ORDINANCE F/S O-04-10, THE CITY'S IMPLEMENTING LEGISLATION FOR THAT ACT, TO SUPPORT THE LEASE REIMBURSEMENT OF A LIGHT MANUFACTURING, ROBOTIC DEMONSTRATION, AND RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FACILITIES RELATED TO AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY LOCATED IN ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A PROJECT PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROJECT; MAKING CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS AND FINDINGS RELATING TO THE PROJECT; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

 

Council Bill No. F/S O-21-53

Enactment No. O-2021-007

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan

ORDINANCE

AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF (I) CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS IN TWO SERIES IN A COLLECTIVE PAR AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $42,960,000, CONSISTING OF $22,960,000 GENERAL PURPOSE GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, SERIES 2021A, AND $20,000,000 SHORT-TERM GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, SERIES 2021C, AUTHORIZED AT AN ELECTION OF THE CITY HELD ON NOVEMBER 5, 2019 TO FINANCE PROJECTS RELATING TO PUBLIC SAFETY, CITIZENS’ CENTERS, PARKS AND RECREATION, FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT, LIBRARY, PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, MUSEUM AND CULTURAL FACILITIES, STREETS, AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND METROPOLITAN REDEVELOPMENT, AND (II) CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO GENERAL OBLIGATION REFUNDING BONDS, SERIES 2021B IN A PAR AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $31,500,000 (THE SERIES 2021A BONDS, SERIES 2021B BONDS AND SERIES 2021C BONDS ARE COLLECTIVELY REFERRED TO AS THE “SERIES 2021 BONDS”); PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY AND COLLECTION OF AD VALOREM TAXES FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE SERIES 2021 BONDS; APPROVING THE DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY TO MAKE CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS REGARDING THE SALE OF THE SERIES 2021 BONDS PURSUANT TO THE SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLIC SECURITIES ACT; PROVIDING FOR THE FORMS, TERMS, PURCHASE, PAYMENT, EXECUTION AND OTHER PROVISIONS OF AND CONCERNING THE SERIES 2021 BONDS; AUTHORIZING THE SALE OF THE SERIES 2021C BONDS TO THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO; PRESCRIBING OTHER DETAILS IN CONNECTION WITH THE SERIES 2021 BONDS AND THE PAYMENT THEREOF; AND RATIFYING PRIOR ACTION TAKEN IN CONNECTION THEREWITH.

 

 

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE LABOR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS BOARD (BOARD) is considering repealing the Labor-Management Relations Board Rules and Regulations, issued October 9, 2018, and replacing them with the New Mexico Public Employee Labor Relations Board’s procedural rules in Parts 1-3 of Title 11 Chapter 21 NMAC (Proposed Rules) pursuant to § 10-7E-10 NMSA 1978 of the New Mexico Public Employee Bargaining Act, §§10-7E-1 et. seq. NMSA 1978.  The Board will conduct a virtual public meeting to receive public comment on its proposal on April 13, 2021, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, via Zoom.  Except for any portion of the meeting that may be closed by the Board pursuant to the provision of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act, the meeting will be open to the public. 

***In light of the public health emergency, the proposed rulemaking meeting will be held via Zoom. Participants will be given options to join remotely from a computer or phone.***

Join Zoom Meeting

https://cabq.zoom.us/j/95997966942
Meeting ID: 959 9796 6942
https://cabq.zoom.us/u/aev4fdxgoX

 

Copies of the Board’s Meeting Agenda and Proposed Rules may be accessed on the Board’s website or at the Albuquerque City Clerk’s office. 

11.21.1 NMAC General Provisions DRAFT

11.21.2 NMAC Representation DRAFT

11.21.3 NMAC Prohibited Practices DRAFT

Concerned parties may provide oral comments at the public meeting or submit written comments prior to the meeting.  Written comments may be submitted to the Board via US Mail c/o Jessica Enriquez, City Hearing Monitor, P.O. Box 1293, Albuquerque, NM, 87103 or by electronic mail to [email protected].  The submission of written comments as soon as possible is encouraged.  Written comments must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on April 13, 2021. 

Any person with a disability who is in need of assistance to attend or participate in the meeting  should contact Jordan Vargas at [email protected] or (505) 768-3073 at least five (5) business days prior to the hearing. 

The authority for this action is §§2-6-1-4(C) and  3-10-11(A) R.O.A. 1994.

DATE POSTED:  March 25, 2021

DMD Selection Advisory Committee Rules and Regulations

Following a public hearing of rulemaking on Thursday, February 25, 2021, the Department of Municipal Development filed its Selection Advisory Committee Rules and Regulations. Click here to view the final rules and regulations.

New Signature, Qualifying Contribution Websites for 2021 Election Cycle Enable Covid-Safe Campaigns

City Clerk’s Office offers additional ways to collect qualifying contributions and petition signatures

ALBUQUERQUE – The City Clerk’s Office is launching two new websites to make collecting qualifying contributions for public financing and petition signatures for all candidates seeking to get on the ballot in the 2021 Regular Local Election more accessible in a pandemic.


City Clerk Ethan Watson said, “The creation of these new websites gives all candidates the tools to maximize public health while still fulfilling the requirements of the City Charter. Our modernized sites will allow candidates to collect the required petition signatures and public financing qualifying contributions electronically, alongside the traditional paper methods.”

 

All candidates will be able to collect petition signatures securely and electronically using the new website. For candidates seeking public financing, the City Clerk’s Office rebuilt the online qualifying contribution site that was first used in the 2019 election cycle as a pilot program. The website allows candidates to collect five-dollar contributions electronically from registered voters in the district or City for which they are seeking election.

 

These websites were built in collaboration with the Secretary of State’s Office. The sites will verify a voter’s registration against the Secretary of State’s voter registration database before allowing a donation or signature.

 

“I’m proud of this important collaboration between the City of Albuquerque and my office,” said Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver. “These websites will make the process of qualifying for the ballot safer and more accessible for all potential candidates in Albuquerque elections. Tools like these are key in the ongoing process of modernizing our elections at all levels of government.”

 

These websites are offered as an additional means to collect qualifying contributions and petitions signatures, but candidates are still allowed to collect these in the traditional paper methods as well. The City Clerk’s Office encourages candidates to follow the State’s public health guidelines when doing so.

 

Throughout March and early April, the City Clerk’s Office will post educational information, helpful guidelines, and answer questions about the use of these sites for candidates who would like to make use of them for their campaign and residents interested in supporting their preferred candidates through these platforms.

 

Mayoral candidates seeking public financing can begin collecting qualifying contributions and petition signatures April 17. The period for Council candidates seeking public financing begins May 31. Privately financed candidates for Mayor may begin using the site to collect petition signatures on June 8 and privately financed candidates for City Council may begin using the site on July 6.

 

For more information, please visit cabq.gov/vote. The websites will be live beginning April 17.

 

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Covid-19 Reopening Plan

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

Proposed Amendment to City of Albuquerque Selection Advisory Committee Rules and Regulations

 

***In light of the public health emergency, the proposed rulemaking will be held via Zoom. Participants will be given options to join remotely from a computer or phone.***

NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING

The Department of Municipal Development (“DMD”) hereby gives notice that DMD will conduct a public hearing on the described rules below.

Proposed Rule:  link to redline

Link to clean rule

A Public Hearing will be held via Zoom on Thursday, February 25, 2021 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. 

Join Zoom Meeting

https://cabq.zoom.us/j/2269592859

Meeting ID: 226 959 2859

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Find your local number: https://cabq.zoom.us/u/abeuj1Ao7

 

The purpose of this meeting is to obtain public input on DMD’s proposed amendments to the City of Albuquerque Selection Advisory Committee Rules and Regulations to include an option for the selection of firms or persons to provide design-build services, in accordance with recent City Council revisions to the Selection Advisory Committee Ordinance.  The public hearing allows members of the public an opportunity to submit testimony and arguments on the proposed rule changes posted above.

To submit written public comment on any of the proposed rules, please email [email protected]

Any person with a disability who is in need of assistance to attend or participate in the hearing should contact Jordan Vargas at [email protected] or (505) 768-3073 at least five (5) business days prior to the hearing.

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. O-20-41

Enactment No. O-2021-002

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AMENDING SECTIONS 14-7-1-1, 14-7-1-2, 14-7-1-3, 14-7-1-4, 14-7-1-5, 14-7-2-2, AND 14-7-2-3 OF THE SELECTION ADVISORY COMMITTEE ORDINANCE TO INCORPORATE DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES INTO THE SELECTION ADVISORY COMMITTEE PROCESS.

 

Council Bill No. O-20-46

Enactment No. O-2021-003

Sponsored By: Councilor Davis

ORDINANCE

ADDING ARTICLE 20 OF CHAPTER 13 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF ALBUQUERQUE TO ADD PART 1 CREATING THE ALBUQUERQUE TAX PREPARERS AND CONSUMER RIGHTS ORDINANCE.

 

Council Bill No. O-20-48

Enactment No. O-2021-004

Sponsored By: Councilor Davis

ORDINANCE

APPROVING A PROJECT INVOLVING SOUTHWEST PATTERN WORKS INCORPORATED PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT AND CITY ORDINANCE F/S O-04-10, AS AMENDED, THE CITY'S IMPLEMENTING LEGISLATION FOR THAT ACT, TO SUPPORT THE OPERATIONS OF SOUTHWEST PATTERN WORKS INCORPORATED, A BUSINESS OPERATING IN ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF A PROJECT PARTICIPATION LOAN AGREEMENT AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROJECT; MAKING CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS AND FINDINGS RELATING TO THE PROJECT INCLUDING THE APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

Board of Ethics Mayor Appointee: Kristina Caffery

The public comment period for Kristina Caffery, the Mayor's proposed appointee on the Board of Ethics and Campaign Practices is February 5, 2021 to February 19, 2021. Please click here to view Ms. Caffrey's resume. Any person shall be allowed to submit comments about the proposed member by written submission, electronically or otherwise, to the City Clerk. Please submit electronic written submissions to [email protected] Hard copies of written submissions may be sent to the Office of the City Clerk at 600 2nd St. NW, Albuquerque NM 87102, 7th Floor. If you have any questions regarding this appointment, please contact Ethan Watson, City Clerk, at 505-924-3650.

Notice of BOE Meeting, February 26, 2021

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Ethics & Campaign Practices has scheduled a meeting for Friday, February 26, 2021 beginning at 1:00pm, via Zoom:

https://cabq.zoom.us/j/92929685738?pwd=Y21UaVRZdy9McHAzbE9lZkswS3ltQT09

To hear:

  • Vote on outstanding nomination for Chairman of the Board
  • Overview of the Board of Ethics for new members to the Board

Except for any portion of the meeting that may be closed by the Board pursuant to the provisions of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act, the meeting will be open to the public.

Any disabled member of the public who wishes to attend the meeting and needs accommodations to attend or participate, such as sign language, interpretation, an amplifier, a reader or other form of accommodations, should contact Camille Cordova at 924-3650, at least 5 days prior to the meeting. Also, disabled persons who need public documents such as meeting agendas, etc., in accessible format should contact Camille Cordova. 

Board of Ethics Mayoral Appointee: John Kwait

Resume for John Kwait, Mayoral Appointee, to the Board of Ethics.

The Mayoral Appointee to the Board of Ethics is John Kwait. Please click here to view his resume. If you have any questions regarding this appointment please contact, Natalie Y. Howard, City Clerk, at 505-924-3650. 

Board of Ethics City Council Appointee: Rex Throckmorton

The City Council Appointee to the Board of Ethics is Rex Throckmorton. Please click here to view his resume. If you have any questions regarding this appointment please contact, Natalie Y. Howard, City Clerk, at 505-924-3650. 

Personnel Board Election: 2016 Certificate of Canvass

View the Certificate of Canvass for the July 12, 2016 Personnel Board Election.

Marie Julienne Elected to Personnel Board

Canceled: Jan. 10, 2018, Personnel Board Meeting

The next scheduled Personnel Board meeting is Feb. 14, 2018.

Notice Of Cancelation

The City Personnel Board meeting for Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, has been canceled.

The next scheduled meeting is Feb. 14, 2018.

Canceled: March 14, 2018, Personnel Board Meeting

City Personnel Board meeting for March 14, 2018, is canceled.

The next meeting of the City Personnel Board is April 11, 2018.

Election Canvas: Nov. 20, 2018, Personnel Board

View the election canvas document for the Nov. 20, 2018, City of Albuquerque Personnel Board election.

Albuquerque City Clerk’s Office Launches Social Media Outreach

New Efforts by Clerk Will Increase Transparency & Public Awareness of Elections

December 12, 2018

In an effort to keep constituents informed about upcoming elections, ethics reforms, public records, administrative hearings, and overall transparency initiatives at City Hall, City Clerk Katy Duhigg today announced the launch of official social media accounts on Twitter and Facebook.

“Through our social media accounts, we will be better able to keep Albuquerque residents informed about the important work we’re doing here in the Clerk’s office,” said Duhigg. “We’ll also be better able to alert folks to upcoming events, and elections that they may want to participate in.”

In the coming months, the City Clerk’s office will be actively participating in the legislative session, running a special mail-in election with important updates to the City’s public financing system for Mayoral and Council campaigns, organizing with the 2020 Census, and managing petition and public financing qualifications for the 2019 City Council races.

To learn more please follow the Albuquerque City Clerk’s office on Twitter or Facebook @CABQCityClerk.

City Clerk’s Office Announces New Website for Publicly Financed Candidates

$5 Contributions to Publicly Financed Candidates Can Now Be Made Online.

April 24, 2019

As the 2019 campaign season gets underway this coming May, publicly financed candidates will have a new tool for reaching voters. The City Clerk’s office has announced the release of a pilot project that will allow candidates to collect their five-dollar qualifying contributions electronically.

The Clean Campaign Portal is a website created this year as a joint project between the City Clerk’s office and the Department of Technology and Innovation. Envisioned by Mayor Keller and built by local company, HoldMyTicket, the website allows voters to select a candidate running in the district they live in, verifies their voter registration, and processes their five-dollar electronic contribution.

The Clean Campaign Portal will make public financing more accessible to both voters and candidates. By providing automatic voter verification, candidates will have the tools to reach their voters. And by allowing for electronic contributions, voters have one more avenue to donate to their candidate.

“This website is one more step in making our elections more accessible and transparent. I ran a publicly financed campaign to become Mayor and am excited to see how this tool enhances the process,” stated Mayor Keller.

The City Clerk’s office has taken other steps in creating a more accessible and transparent election season. Prior to the exploratory period, the City Clerk held a public hearing and issued regulations for the Election Code and the Open and Ethical Election Code to assist candidates running for office. The City Clerk’s Office also released a 2019 Candidate Guide, created a video on how to use the campaign reporting site, and published an FAQ. All of these documents are available on the Clerk’s website and are meant to increase transparency and accessibility of the 2019 local election.

City Clerk Certifies Ten Publicly Funded City Council Candidates

Seventy-seven percent of candidates qualify for public funds.

June 4, 2019

The 2019 Local Election cycle brought out 13 city council candidates seeking public funding in the four open districts. Yesterday, the City Clerk finished the process of verifying the $5 qualifying contributions, and certified 10 of the 13 candidates. Information on candidates who qualified can be found here: http://www.cabq.gov/vote/2019-candidates

The City Clerk’s office sought to make public funding more accessible by piloting a website that allowed for $5 qualifying contributions to be made electronically for the first time this year. Just shy of 1,000 total contributions were made on the website, with one candidate in particular getting nearly 50% of their contributions through the site.

“We believe the City’s public financing program has proven to be accessible, and we will continue to work with Mayor Keller and this administration to find more ways to improve and advance the program.” stated City Clerk, Katy Duhigg.

Candidates will have through June 28 to collect their 500 petition signatures to qualify as a candidate on the ballot. The City Clerk’s office will continue verification of those signatures throughout the month, and will post updates weekly.

Mayor Tim Keller Signs Reforms of City Code of Ethics, Lobbying Oversight Ordinance

Fixes to make city government more transparent, accountable to the public.

October 22, 2019

Following a unanimous City Council vote on the administration’s proposal, the ethics and lobbying landscape in Albuquerque will see changes after Mayor Tim Keller signed a package of significant reforms into law this morning at City Hall. The Mayor was joined by City Councilors and government accountability and transparency advocates.

“Our ethics reform package fixes shortcomings and closes loopholes in the oversight of elections and lobbying of elected officials, making sure that citizens have a local government that is transparent and accountable to them,” said Mayor Tim Keller. “These reforms are a promise kept to modernize these ordinances and make city government more open.”

The Code of Ethics governs the Board of Ethics, as well as disclosures required of elected officials. This reform takes politics out of appointments to the Board, sets clear guidelines regarding campaign complaint timelines, and increases disclosure requirements for elected officials.

The reform of the Lobbyist Ordinance makes public disclosure more meaningful, ensuring the public knows who has hired lobbyists and what issues they are hired to lobby on. It also increases the frequency with which lobbyists must file reports from one annual report to quarterly reports, making access to information timelier.

“Access to information is central to effective democracy,” said City Clerk Katy Duhigg. “Mayor Keller and the City Council stepped up to create a culture of transparency in the City, and these reforms remedy clear shortcomings in our ordinances.”

“Transparency is vital to our local government and elections,” said City Council President Klarissa Peña. “I was honored to work with my fellow Councilors, Mayor Keller, and City Clerk Katy Duhigg on this legislation to ensure our City’s accountability to our community.”

“Moving forward, it’s important for our government employees to know these reforms on ethics and transparency are our marching orders.” Said Councilor Borrego.

“Throughout history, innovations in democracy have come from cities.” Said Councilor Harris. “The City of Albuquerque is now a leader in ethics and transparency.”

“I was proud to be a co-sponsor of this bipartisan legislation.” Said Councilor Sanchez. “When it comes to ethics, we should be holding the very highest standard. There is no more important trust than the public’s trust.”

Board of Ethics Mayoral Appointee: Michael Cadigan

Resume and public comment opportunity for Michael Cadigan, Mayoral Appointee, to the Board of Ethics.

The public comment period for Michael Cadigan, the Mayor’s proposed appointee for position 2 on the Board of Ethics and Campaign Practices is October 31, 2019 to November 14, 2019. Please click here to view Mr. Cadigan’s resume.  Any person shall be allowed to submit comments about the proposed member by written submission, electronically or otherwise, to the City Clerk. Please send electronic written submissions to [email protected]. Hardcopies of written submissions may be delivered to the Office of the City Clerk at 600 2nd St. NW, Albuquerque NM 87102, 7th Floor.  If you have any questions regarding this appointment please contact, Katy Duhigg, City Clerk, at 505-924-3650.

Notice of Preliminary Hearing BOE-02-2019

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Ethics & Campaign Practices has scheduled a Preliminary Hearing for Tuesday, December 3, 2019, at 1:00 P.M., in the VINCENT E. GRIEGO CHAMBERS, basement level of the City/County Building, to hear BOE-02-2019, Eric Shimamoto vs. Rio Grande Foundation, Inc.

Except for any portion of the meeting that may be closed by the Board pursuant to the provisions of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act, the meeting is open to the public.

Any disabled member of the public who wishes to attend the meeting and needs accommodations to attend or participate, such as sign language, interpretation, an amplifier, a reader or other form of accommodations, should contact Miriam Diemer at 924-3650, at least 5 days prior to the meeting. Also, disabled persons who need public documents such as meeting agendas, etc., in accessible format should contact Miriam Diemer.

Click here to view notice of hearing.

Board of Ethics City Council Appointee: James Breen

Resume and public comment opportunity for James Breen, City Council Appointee, to the Board of Ethics.

The public comment period for James Breen, the City Councils’s proposed appointee for position 7 on the Board of Ethics and Campaign Practices is November 18, 2019 to December 2, 2019. Please click here to view Mr. Breens’s resume.  Any person shall be allowed to submit comments about the proposed member by written submission, electronically or otherwise, to the City Clerk. Please send electronic written submissions to [email protected]. Hardcopies of written submissions may be delivered to the Office of the City Clerk at 600 2nd St. NW, Albuquerque NM 87102, 7th Floor.  If you have any questions regarding this appointment please contact, Katy Duhigg, City Clerk, at 505-924-3650.

City Clerk Katy Duhigg Announces Resignation

Duhigg, who helped reform City election code, steps down to run for office

ALBUQUERQUE – City Clerk Katy Duhigg announced today she is resigning from her post. Duhigg, who has served as an advocate for fair elections, open government, and transparency in her time as City Clerk, is stepping down from her post in order to run for office.

“Katy has dedicated her career to making government more open and responsive,” said Mayor Tim Keller. “She spent her tenure at the City improving transparency and making government work better for our community. With Katy at the helm, we revamped the City election code and reformed the code of ethics to help fix shortcomings in the oversight of elections and lobbying.” 

“It has been an honor to serve Albuquerque over the past year and a half,” said Duhigg. “I am proud of the reforms we made to the City’s Election Code, public financing, and Code of Ethics. We brought City elections in line with state law and emphasized transparency and accessibility so elections would serve people over politics. The record-setting turnout in the recent Local Election clearly shows that the City is heading in the right direction.”

Duhigg has served as City Clerk since August 2018. In that role she was the City’s chief records custodian and oversaw the 2019 Local Election for the City that included 14 candidates, a host of bond initiatives, and runoff elections in City Council Districts 2 and 4. This election was unique in that it was the first consolidated election under the new election laws that will combine municipal elections with other agencies in odd-numbered years.

Although City Clerk is an unclassified position filled by Mayoral appointment and confirmed by City Council, the City will post the job publicly for all qualified candidates to submit an application.

Deputy Clerk Ethan Watson has been named Acting City Clerk in the interim.

 

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Notice of Preliminary Hearing BOE 08-19

Board of Ethics & Campaign Practices has scheduled a meeting for Friday, January 10, 2020 beginning at 2:00 P.M., in the VINCENT E. GRIEGO CHAMBERS, basement level of the City/County Building.

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Ethics & Campaign Practices has scheduled a meeting for Friday, January 10, 2020 beginning at 2:00 P.M., in the VINCENT E. GRIEGO CHAMBERS, basement level of the City/County Building, to hear:

  • Approval of Minutes from January 3, 2020 Meeting
  • Preliminary Hearing for BOE 08-19

Except for any portion of the meeting that may be closed by the Board pursuant to the provisions of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act, the meeting will be open to the public.

Any disabled member of the public who wishes to attend the meeting and needs accommodations to attend or participate, such as sign language, interpretation, an amplifier, a reader or other form of accommodations, should contact Camille Cordova at 924-3650, at least 5 days prior to the meeting.  Also, disabled persons who need public documents such as meeting agendas, etc., in accessible format should contact Camille Cordova.

Notice of BOE Meeting, January 3, 2020

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Ethics & Campaign Practices has scheduled a meeting for Friday, January 3, 2020 beginning at 2:00 P.M., in the VINCENT E. GRIEGO CHAMBERS, basement level of the City/County Building.

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Ethics & Campaign Practices has scheduled a meeting for Friday, January 3, 2020 beginning at 2:00 P.M., in the VINCENT E. GRIEGO CHAMBERS, basement level of the City/County Building, to hear:

  •  Approval of Minutes from December 6, 2019 Meeting
  • Good Cause Extension for BOE 06-19

Except for any portion of the meeting that may be closed by the Board pursuant to the provisions of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act, the meeting will be open to the public.

Any disabled member of the public who wishes to attend the meeting and needs accommodations to attend or participate, such as sign language, interpretation, an amplifier, a reader or other form of accommodations, should contact Camille Cordova at 924-3650, at least 5 days prior to the meeting.  Also, disabled persons who need public documents such as meeting agendas, etc., in accessible format should contact Camille Cordova.

Notice of BOE Meeting, January 10 2020

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Ethics & Campaign Practices has scheduled a meeting for Friday, January 10, 2020 beginning at 2:00 P.M., in the VINCENT E. GRIEGO CHAMBERS, basement level of the City/County Building, to hear:
  • Approval of Minutes from January 3, 2020 Meeting
  • Possible Settlement BOE 02-19
  • Possible Settlement BOE 06-19

Except for any portion of the meeting that may be closed by the Board pursuant to the provisions of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act, the meeting will be open to the public.

Any disabled member of the public who wishes to attend the meeting and needs accommodations to attend or participate, such as sign language, interpretation, an amplifier, a reader or other form of accommodations, should contact Camille Cordova at 924-3650, at least 5 days prior to the meeting.  Also, disabled persons who need public documents such as meeting agendas, etc., in accessible format should contact Camille Cordova.

Board of Ethics Meeting Notice

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Ethics & Campaign Practices has scheduled a meeting for Friday, February 28, 2020 beginning at 2:00 P.M., in the VINCENT E. GRIEGO CHAMBERS, basement level of the City/County Building, to hear:
  • Approval of Minutes from January 3, 2020 Meeting
  • Settlement in BOE 06-2019
  • Evidentiary Hearing in BOE 02-2019
  • Consideration of Proposed BOE Rules

Except for any portion of the meeting that may be closed by the Board pursuant to the provisions of the New Mexico Open Meetings Act, the meeting will be open to the public.

Any disabled member of the public who wishes to attend the meeting and needs accommodations to attend or participate, such as sign language, interpretation, an amplifier, a reader or other form of accommodations, should contact Camille Cordova at 924-3650, at least 5 days prior to the meeting.  Also, disabled persons who need public documents such as meeting agendas, etc., in accessible format should contact Camille Cordova.