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Mayor Keller Signs Thirty-Fifth Emergency Declaration

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

Mayor Keller Signs Thirty-Fourth Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a thirty-fourth 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-Fifth Council

Council Bill No. O-22-18

Enactment No. O-2022-027

Sponsored By: Councilor Fiebelkorn

ORDINANCE

AMENDING THE ALBUQUERQUE RETAILERS, MEAT MARKETS AND WHOLESALERS ORDINANCE TO REVISE INSPECTION FREQUENCY, UPDATE PERMIT PROCESSES, REVISE FEE PROCEDURES, AND TO REGULATE EDIBLE CANNABIS PRODUCTS.

 

Council Bill No. O-22-19

Enactment No. O-2022-028

Sponsored By: Councilor Fiebelkorn

ORDINANCE

AMENDING THE ALBUQUERQUE FOOD SANITATION ORDINANCE TO UPDATE PERMIT PROCESSES, REVISE FEE PROCEDURES, AND TO REGULATE EDIBLE CANNABIS PRODUCTS.

 

Council Bill No. F/S O-22-27

Enactment No. O-2022-029

Sponsored By: Councilor Grout

ORDINANCE

CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO

NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE

Notice is hereby given of the title and of a general summary of the subject matter contained in City Ordinance No. F/S O-22-27 (the “Ordinance”), duly adopted and approved by the City Council of the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on June 22, 2022.  Complete copies of the Ordinance are available for public inspection during the normal and regular business hours of the City Clerk in the office of the City Clerk, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The title of the Ordinance is:

AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BOND (BLUEHALO PROJECT), SERIES 2022 IN THE MAXIMUM PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $16,175,675 TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO FINANCE THE RENOVATION, DEVELOPMENT, IMPROVEMENT AND EQUIPPING OF A FACILITY INCLUDING OFFICE COMPLEX, LABORATORIES, MANUFACTURING FACILITIES, TEST AREAS AND SECURE SPACES FOR AN INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY 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.

 

Council Bill No. O-22-28

Enactment No. O-2022-030

Sponsored By: Councilor Grout

ORDINANCE

APPROVING A PROJECT INVOLVING BLUEHALO, LLC 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 RENOVATION, EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENT OF ENGINEERING, MANUFACTURING AND TRAINING FACILITIES FOR AN INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGY 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.

 

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fifth Council

Council Bill No. O-22-10

Enactment No. O-2022-022

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton and Councilor Jones

ORDINANCE

ADOPTING CITYWIDE TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE §14-16 FOR THE 2021 IDO ANNUAL UPDATE; AND ADOPTING TEXT AMENDMENTS FOR A SMALL MAPPED AREA, THE OLD TOWN HISTORIC PROTECTION OVERLAY ZONE (HPO-5).

 

Council Bill No. C/S O-22-16

Enactment No. O-2022-023

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan and Councilor Davis

ORDINANCE

AMENDING THE ALBUQUERQUE HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCE TO PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SOURCE OF INCOME; MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR A STUDY, TO DEVELOP AND DISTRIBUTE EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS, AND TO SUPPORT HOUSING AGENCIES COMPLETING HOUSING INSPECTIONS.

 

Council Bill No. O-22-23

Enactment No. O-2022-024

Sponsored By: Councilor Jones

ORDINANCE

ADOPTING A UNIFORM ADMINISTRATIVE CODE AND TECHNICAL CODES PRESCRIBING MINIMUM STANDARDS REGULATING THE CONSTRUCTION, ALTERATION, MOVING, REPAIR AND USE AND OCCUPANCIES OF BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES AND BUILDING SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND INSTALLATIONS INCLUDING PLUMBING, SWIMMING POOLS, ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, SIGNS, SOLAR, ENERGY CONSERVATION, BUILDING CONSERVATION AND THE ABATEMENT OF DANGEROUS BUILDINGS WITHIN THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE; PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF PERMITS AND COLLECTING FEES THEREFORE; REPEALING CHAPTER 14, ARTICLE 1, ROA 1994, THE PRESENT UNIFORM ADMINISTRATIVE CODE AND TECHNICAL CODES INCLUDING THE BUILDING CODE, THE PLUMBING CODE, THE SWIMMING POOL CODE, THE MECHANICAL CODE, THE SOLAR ENERGY CODE, THE ELECTRICAL CODE, PROVIDING FOR PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION OF THE CODE.

 

Council Bill No. O-22-24

Enactment No. O-2022-025

Sponsored By: Councilor Pena and Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AMENDING THE MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE RATE TABLE TO INCORPORATE THE FY23 RESIDENTIAL RATE INCREASE IN THE RATE APPENDIX.

 

Council Bill No. F/S O-22-25

Enactment No. O-2022-026

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan, Councilor Benton and Councilor Lewis

ORDINANCE

NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE

The City Council of the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, hereby gives notice of the adoption of its Ordinance Twenty-Fifth Council Bill No. F/S O-22-25 on June 6, 2022.  Complete copies of the Ordinance are available for public inspection during the normal and regular business hours of the City Clerk, City of Albuquerque.

The title of the Ordinance is:

AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO GROSS RECEIPTS TAX IMPROVEMENT REVENUE BONDS IN ONE OR MORE SERIES IN AN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $100,000,000 TO FINANCE THE (1) COST OF DESIGNING, DEVELOPING, CONSTRUCTING, RECONSTRUCTING, REHABILITATING, RENOVATING, MODERNIZING, SIGNING, ENHANCING AND OTHERWISE IMPROVING CERTAIN CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, INCLUDING ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE, RECREATIONAL FACILITIES, AFFORDABLE HOUSING, PUBLIC SAFETY, PROPERTY ACQUISITION AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS, AND (2) PAYING EXPENSES RELATED TO ISSUANCE OF THE BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE SERIES 2022 BONDS FROM CERTAIN GROSS RECEIPTS TAX REVENUES; PROVIDING FOR THE COLLECTION OF CERTAIN GROSS RECEIPTS TAXES; APPROVING THE DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY TO MAKE CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS REGARDING THE SALE OF THE SERIES 2022 BONDS PURSUANT TO THE SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLIC SECURITIES ACT; PROVIDING FOR THE TERMS AND OTHER DETAILS CONCERNING THE SERIES 2022 BONDS; PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO THE SERIES 2022 BONDS; RATIFYING ACTION PREVIOUSLY TAKEN; REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE;  AUTHORIZING THE TAKING OF OTHER ACTIONS IN CONNECTION WITH THE ISSUE AND SALE OF THE SERIES 2022 BONDS

  

 

 

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fifth Council

Council Bill No. O-22-21

Enactment No. O-2022-021

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton and Councilor Bassan

ORDINANCE

RATIFYING THE LEVY OF A BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT BENEFIT FEE UPON LODGING BUSINESSES WITHIN THE ALBUQUERQUE TOURISM MARKETING DISTRICT.

Mayor Keller Signs Thirty-Third Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a thirty-third declaration of additional emergency procedures and assistance due to the novel Coronavirus Covid-19. Click here to view the declaration. View the declaration in an ADA-accessible format.

Mayor Keller Signs Thirty-Third Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a thirty-third 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-Fifth Council

Council Bill No. O-22-20

Enactment No. O-2022-019

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan, Councilor Benton, Councilor Davis

ORDINANCE

AMENDING THE POLICE OVERSIGHT ORDINANCE, ROA 1994, SECTION 9-4-1-5, TO EXTEND TIME FOR CPOA BOARD MEMBERS TO COMPLETE REQUIRED CIVILIAN POLICE ACADEMY TRAINING.

 

Council Bill No. O-22-22

Enactment No. O-2022-020

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan, Councilor Fiebelkorn

ORDINANCE

APPROVING A PROJECT INVOLVING CURIA NEW MEXICO, LLC 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 RENOVATION, EXPANSION, IMPROVEMENT AND RELOCATION OF MANUFACTURING AND TRAINING FACILITIES FOR A PHARMACEUTICAL 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.         

 

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fifth Council

Council Bill No. O-22-15

Enactment No. O-2022-017

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

REPEALING “THE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION RECOGNITION ORDINANCE” SECTION 14-8-2 AND REPLACING IT WITH A REVISED NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION RECOGNITION ORDINANCE; AND PRESCRIBING RESPONSIBILITIES AND SERVICES OFFERED BY THE OFFICE OF NEIGHBORHOOD COORDINATION; AND MAKING REVISIONS TO THE INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE RELATED TO NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION NOTICE.

 

Council Bill No. O-22-17

Enactment No. O-2022-018

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

DESIGNATING BARELAS COMMUNITY CENTER AS A CITY LANDMARK.

 

Mayor Keller Signs Thirty-Second Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a thirty-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-Fifth Council

Council Bill No. R-22-29

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan, Councilor Davis, Councilor Lewis

RESOLUTION

STAYING ENFORCEMENT OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR ORDINANCE THAT LIMIT THE AVAILABILITY OF PUBLIC CELEBRATION PERMITS TO CERTAIN LICENSE HOLDERS.

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fifth Council

Council Bill No. O-21-83

Enactment No. O-2022-016

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AMENDING CHAPTER 9, ARTICLE 5, PART 5 OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF ALBUQUERQUE (THE “ALBUQUERQUE CLEAN INDOOR AIR ORDINANCE”) REGARDING PUBLIC CONSUMPTION OF CANNABIS FOLLOWING THE ENACTMENT OF THE NEW MEXICO CANNABIS REGULATION ACT, NMSA 1978, SECTION 26-2C-1 ET SEQ.

 

Mayor Keller Signs Thirty First Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a thirty-first declaration of additional emergency procedures and assistance due to the novel Coronavirus Covid-19. Click here to view the declaration in English or en Español.

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fifth Council

Council Bill No. O-22-3

Enactment No. O-2022-012

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan

ORDINANCE

REPEALING ENACTMENT NO. O-2019-008 (COUNCIL BILL NO. O-19-48) WHICH ENACTED ARTICLE 17, CHAPTER 13, ROA 1994, “THE ALBUQUERQUE CLEAN & GREEN RETAIL ORDINANCE” WHICH LIMITED THE USE OF PLASTIC SINGLE-USE CARRYOUT BAGS, CREATED A CLEAN & GREEN BUSINESS PROGRAM, AND PROVIDED FOR ADMINISTRATIVE ENFORCEMENT REGULATIONS.

 

Council Bill No. O-22-12

Enactment No. O-2022-013

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan

ORDINANCE

APPROVING A PROJECT INVOLVING PAJARITO POWDER, LLC 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 LEASING, RENOVATION AND IMPROVEMENT COSTS FOR A RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY COMPANY AND CATALYST MANUFACTURING 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 INCLUDING THE APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

 

Council Bill No. O-22-13

Enactment No. O-2022-014

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan

ORDINANCE

APPROVING A PROJECT INVOLVING ASPEN & AUTUMN, LLC 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, CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF A WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE FACILITY FOR DISTRIBUTION OF NEW MEXICO RELATED FOODS AND TOURIST ITEMS, WHICH FACILITY WILL BE 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 INCLUDING THE APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

 

Council Bill No. O-22-14

Enactment No. O-2022-015

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan

ORDINANCE

ESTABLISHING A BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, TO BE KNOWN AS THE ALBUQUERQUE TOURISM MARKETING DISTRICT.

 

 

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fifth Council

Council Bill No. F/S O-21-78

Enactment No. O-2022-007

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan, Councilor Benton, and Councilor Davis

ORDINANCE

AMENDING CHAPTER 9, ARTICLE 4, PART 1 ROA 1994, THE POLICE OVERSIGHT ORDINANCE.

 

Council Bill No. O-21-81

Enactment No. O-2022-008

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

REPEALING CHAPTER 11, ARTICLE 14, OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF ALBUQUERQUE (THE “MARIJUANA POSSESSION ORDINANCE”).

 

Council Bill No. O-21-82

Enactment No. O-2022-009

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AMENDING CHAPTER 12, ARTICLE 4, SECTION 10, OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF ALBUQUERQUE (UNLAWFUL ADVERTISEMENT, MANUFACTURE, AND DELIVERY OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA) TO CONFORM TO THE NEW MEXICO CANNABIS REGULATION ACT, NMSA 1978, SECTION 26-2C-1 ET SEQ.

 

Council Bill No. O-22-7

Enactment No. O-2022-010

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan

ORDINANCE

ADOPTING A ZONING MAP AMENDMENT FOR AN APPROXIMATELY 14.1 ACRE SITE LOCATED ON THE SOUTHERN SIDE OF HARPER ROAD NE, BETWEEN WYOMING BOULEVARD NE AND VENTURA STREET NE, FROM MX-L TO R-1C IN ORDER TO FACILITATE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT.

Mayor Keller's Thirtieth Declaration of Emergency Procedures & Assistance Due to Novel Coronavirus

Today, Mayor Keller signed a thirtieth 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-Fifth Council

Council Bill No. F/S O-22-4

Enactment No. O-2022-004

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

APPROVING A PROJECT INVOLVING AGENDA, LLC 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, CONSTRUCTION, RENOVATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF A FACILITY FOR A PUBLIC RELATIONS SERVICES 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. O-22-5

Enactment No. O-2022-005

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO TAXABLE INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 2022 IN TWO SERIES IN THE MAXIMUM AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $5,000,000 DESIGNATED AS (I) THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO TAXABLE INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BONDS (HERITAGE DEFENDER PROJECT), SERIES 2022A, AND (II) THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO TAXABLE INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BONDS (AGENDA PROJECT), SERIES 2022B, ISSUED COLLECTIVELY TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO (I) FINANCE THE ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENT AND EQUIPPING OF A FABRICATION, LIGHT MANUFACTURING AND AUTOMOTIVE RESTORATION FACILITY FOR THE BENEFIT OF HERITAGE DEFENDER, LLC, AND (II) FINANCE THE ACQUISITION, RENOVATION, IMPROVEMENT AND EQUIPPING OF A MIXED USE FACILITY FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS AND OTHER SERVICES FOR THE BENEFIT OF AGENDA, LLC; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF AN INDENTURE, LEASE AGREEMENT, BOND PURCHASE AGREEMENT, BONDS, AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE ISSUANCE OF EACH SERIES OF BONDS; MAKING CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS AND FINDINGS RELATING TO EACH SERIES OF BONDS AND THE PROJECT; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

 

Council Bill No. F/S O-22-6

Enactment No. O-2022-006

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

APPROVING A PROJECT INVOLVING HERITAGE DEFENDER, LLC 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, CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF AN AUTOMOTIVE FABRICATION, LIGHT MANUFACTURING AND RESTORATION FACILITY FOR HERITAGE DEFENDER, LLC 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.

Mayor Keller's Twenty-Ninth Declaration of Emergency Procedures & Assistance Due to Novel Coronavirus

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

NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING

The Planning Department hereby gives notice that it will conduct a public hearing on Friday, March 4, 2022, from 1pm to 3pm on the rule described below.

*Please Note: This rulemaking was originally scheduled for February 18. That hearing date has been vacated and will now be held on March 4*

 

The purpose of this meeting is to obtain public input on the City’s proposed Emergency Rules Governing the Establishment of Cannabis Retail Businesses in the City of Albuquerque.  The Emergency Rules implement guidelines for the operation of cannabis retail business in the City.  

Click here to view the proposed rule

Click here to view the Final approved rule

The Rules:

  • Establish safety guidelines and hours of operation for cannabis retail businesses;
  • Establish procedures for obtaining Cannabis Retail Location Approvals; and
  • Establish requirements for cannabis businesses that have obtained Cannabis Retail Location Approvals.

The public hearing allows members of the public an opportunity to submit testimony and arguments on the Regulation. 

The public hearing will be held via Zoom on Friday, March 4, 2022 from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

 

Zoom Link:

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: Mar 4, 2022 01:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Cannabis Rule Making

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

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To submit written public comment on the proposed rule, please email: [email protected]

 

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

Proposed Regulation Governing the Issuance of Fines and Timeliness of Community Service Pursuant to the Albuquerque Automated Speed Enforcement Ordinance

 

***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 Tuesday, February 15, 2022, from 9:00am to 12:00pm on the rule described below.

Proposed Rule:  ASE Regulation

Frequently Asked Questions on Automated Speed Enforcement

The purpose of this meeting is to obtain public input on the City’s proposed Regulation Governing the Issuance of Fines and Timeliness of Community Service Pursuant to the Albuquerque Automated Speed Enforcement Ordinance (“Regulation”).  The Regulation implements certain provisions of the Automated Speed Enforcement Ordinance, ROA 1994, Sections 7-15-1 to -5.  The Regulation:

  • Provides that Automated Speed Enforcement System Fines shall not be issued unless a vehicle is traveling at least five (5) miles per hour over the speed limit for sections of highways within safety zones, and at least ten (10) miles per hour over the speed limit for all other sections of highways;

 

  • Establishes a 30-day time limit by which the recipient of an ASE System Fine notice (“Notice”) must respond;

 

  • Provides that a registered owner or nominee must complete community service, if elected, within 90 days from the date of the Notice; and

 

  • Provides that if a registered owner or nominee fails to comply with the timeliness requirements of the Regulation, the registered owner is considered to be in default.

The public hearing allows members of the public an opportunity to submit testimony and arguments on the Regulation. 

The public hearing will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, February 15, 2022 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm: 

Join Zoom Meeting

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

 

 

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To submit written public comment on the Proposed Regulation, 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.

Any person in need of language access services to participate in the hearing, including interpretation services for Limited English Proficiency individuals and those who use sign language, should contact Sherrie Hernandez at [email protected] or (505) 768-2855 at least five (5) business days prior to the hearing. 

 

Mayor Keller's Twenty-Eighth Declaration of Emergency Procedures & Assistance Due to Novel Coronavirus

View Mayor Keller's Twenty-Eighth Declaration of Emergency Procedures & Assistance Due to Novel Coronavirus.

Mayor Keller Signs Twenty-Seventh Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a twenty-seventh 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-21-76

Enactment No. O-2022-001

Sponsored By: Councilor Jones

ORDINANCE

ADOPTING A UNIFORM ADMINISTRATIVE CODE AND TECHNICAL CODES PRESCRIBING MINIMUM STANDARDS REGULATING THE CONSTRUCTION, ALTERATION, MOVING, REPAIR AND USE AND OCCUPANCIES OF BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES AND BUILDING SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND INSTALLATIONS INCLUDING PLUMBING, SWIMMING POOLS, ELECTRICAL, MECHANICAL, SIGNS, SOLAR, ENERGY CONSERVATION, BUILDING CONSERVATION AND THE ABATEMENT OF DANGEROUS BUILDINGS WITHIN THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE; PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF PERMITS AND COLLECTING FEES THEREFORE; REPEALING CHAPTER 14, ARTICLE 1, ROA 1994, THE PRESENT UNIFORM ADMINISTRATIVE CODE AND TECHNICAL CODES INCLUDING THE BUILDING CODE, THE PLUMBING CODE, THE SWIMMING POOL CODE, THE MECHANICAL CODE, THE SOLAR ENERGY CODE, THE ELECTRICAL CODE, PROVIDING FOR PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION OF THE CODE.

 

Council Bill No. F/S O-21-85

Enactment No. O-2022-002

Sponsored By: Councilor Bassan

ORDINANCE

AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO TAX EXEMPT INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BONDS (HOPE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS, INC. PROJECT), SERIES 2022 IN THE MAXIMUM PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $8,500,000 TO (i) REFINANCE THE ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENT AND EQUIPPING OF AN EDUCATIONAL FACILITY (ii) FUND ANY REQUIRED RESERVE FUNDS, AND (iii) PAY EXPENSES RELATED TO ISSUANCE OF THE BONDS; AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND DELIVERY OF A FINANCING AGREEMENT, BONDS, AND OTHER DOCUMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH THE ISSUANCE OF THE BONDS AND THE PROJECT; MAKING CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS AND FINDINGS RELATING TO THE BONDS AND THE PROJECT; RATIFYING CERTAIN ACTIONS TAKEN PREVIOUSLY; AND REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE.

 

Council Bill No. O-21-86

Enactment No. O-2022-003

Sponsored By: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AMENDING CHAPTER TWO, ARTICLE ONE, OF THE REVISED ORDINANCES OF ALBUQUERQUE RELATING TO THE OPERATIONS AND MEETINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL TO REPEAL SECTIONS ALREADY ADDRESSED BY RULE OR CHARTER.

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. O-21-80

Enactment No. O-2021-025

Sponsored By: Councilor Sena, Councilor Borrego and Councilor Davis

ORDINANCE

AMENDING SECTION 5-5-11 OF THE PUBLIC PURCHASES ORDINANCE TO REQUIRE THE USE OF PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENTS ON CERTAIN PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE.

Mayor Keller Signs Twenty-Sixth Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed a twenty-sixth 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. R-21-216

Enactment No. R-2021-085

Sponsored By: Councilor Gibson

RESOLUTION

CONCERNING THE MUNICIPAL RUNOFF ELECTION TO BE HELD IN THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, ON TUESDAY, THE SEVENTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 2021.

Mayor Keller Signs Twenty-Fifth Emergency Declaration

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

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

Proposed Addition to the 2021 Regulations of the Albuquerque City Clerk for the Election Code

***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 City Clerk's Office hereby gives notice that a public hearing will be held to consider the following proposed addition to the 2021 Regulations of the Albuquerque City Clerk for the Election Code.

Proposed Rule

 

A public hearing will be held via Zoom on November 29th from 2:00pm - 3:00pm

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

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Procurement Rules - Notice of Hearing

 

Notice of Hearing on Department Rules

 

The City of Albuquerque, Department of Family and Community Services (“Department”) hereby invites public input to proposed updates of the Social Services Contracts Procurement Rules that govern procurement of social services with the Department.

 

Copies of the draft updates of the Procurement Rules will be available November 4, 2021 through November 18, 2021, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., at the City of Albuquerque, Department of Family and Community Services, 5th floor, Room 504, Old City Hall, One Civic Plaza, Albuquerque, NM 87102. The documents can also be accessed on the Department’s website at https://www.cabq.gov/family/partner-resources/request-for-proposals/administrative-requirements.

 

In accordance with Article 15, Section 2-15-3 ROA 1994, the public is invited to submit input in person or in writing. Written and oral testimony will be accepted at a public hearing held by Zoom, at the following link: https://cabq.zoom.us/j/87272368957.

 

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The public hearing will be held on Thursday, November 18, 2021 between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. Written comments will also be accepted by email to [email protected] before 4:00 p.m. on November 18, 2021.

 

For individuals with disabilities who need assistance to benefit from this meeting, please contact Debra Bazan at (505) 768-2861 or those in need of hearing assistance may call 711.

Notice of Publication

City of Albuquerque Twenty-Fourth Council

Council Bill No. F/S O-21-69

Enactment No. O-2021-024

Sponsored By: Councilor Peña, Councilor Sena, Councilor Bassan, Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

ENACTING THE ALBUQUERQUE AUTOMATED SPEED ENFORCEMENT ORDINANCE TO MONITOR THE SPEED OF TRAVEL AND ENFORCE THE SPEED LIMIT THROUGH SPEED ENFORCEMENT CAMERAS.

 

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.

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.”

Mayor Keller signed the public health emergency powers provisions

Mayor Keller signed the public health emergency powers provisions, O-20-4, which was passed at Monday’s City Council meeting.

PDF of Emergency Powers English

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Mayor Keller Declares a Local Public Health Emergency

Today, Mayor Keller signed a declaration of local state emergency due to novel corona virus, Covid-19. Click here to view the declaration.

Mayor Keller Issues Second Declaration of Additional Emergency Procedures

Today, Mayor Keller issued a second declaration of additional emergency procedures and assistance due to the novel Coronavirus Covid-19. View the declaration here.

Mayor Tim Keller Announces Plan for City Boards and Commissions to Adapt to Coronavirus While Maintaining Public Engagement, Access to Local Government

New guidelines for virtual meetings to keep progress going, comply with Open Meetings Act guidelines

April 4, 2020

Mayor Tim Keller and City Clerk Ethan Watson announced that regular meetings of City Boards and Commissions, which are central to the continuity of local government but had been suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak, will resume this week.

The City of Albuquerque has approximately eighty boards and commissions. These Boards and Commissions do critical work in a variety of areas, from development to environmental planning and air quality. Meetings will resume using virtual teleconferencing platforms.

“Our boards and commissions do crucial local governance work and are a key way for local residents to take ownership in the work at City Hall,” said Mayor Tim Keller. “Getting them back up in a way that preserves public input and transparency is an important part of engaging the community and keeping the door open to local government.”

To ensure compliance with the Open Meetings Act, all meetings will follow Attorney General Hector Balderas’ guidance to public entities, including adequate notice of public meetings, videoconferences over telephone meetings, roll call votes, and recording of meetings.

The City Clerk’s Office and the Legal Department are prioritizing boards that have time sensitive matters to consider, including the Development Review Board, the Environmental Planning Committee, the Air Quality Board, Albuquerque Development Commission, Lodger’s Tax Advisory Board, Open Space Advisory Board, and Transit Advisory Board.

For boards that have a history of public comment, the City is working on ways to allow the public to continue to comment. And for Boards that do meet during this crisis, the City is training the Boards and staff on use of electronic platforms to ensure public right to access but also ensuring there are appropriate safeguards for the Board and the public.

City Clerk Ethan Watson said, “Each of the City’s boards are different, but they all serve important functions, and we will be working with them to make sure they are connecting to the public in a way that is transparent and moves City business forward.”

Mayor Keller Signs Third Emergency Declaration

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

AG publishes guidance for processing public records request during COVID-19 pandemic.

Mayor Keller Signs Fourth Emergency Declaration

Mayor Keller Signs Fourth Emergency Declaration of Local Emergency due to Novel Coronavirus Covid-19. Click here to view the Emergency Declaration.

Mayor Keller Signs Fifth Emergency Declaration

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

During the signing, Mayor Keller also announced the City of Albuquerque's Covid-19 Reopening Plan. Click here to view the reopening plan.

Mayor Keller Signs Sixth Emergency Declaration

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

Mayor Keller Signs Seventh Emergency Declaration

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

Mayor Keller, City Clerk Make Voter Registration More Accessible

With Election Day less than three months away, the City urges residents to register or update registrations

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – With residents facing challenges to traditional methods of voter registration, Mayor Tim Keller and the City Clerk’s office are expanding the number of locations where registration is available and reminding folks of upcoming deadlines.

The quickest and easiest way to register to vote is to log on to www.nmvote.org and register online. The Bernalillo County Clerk will also mail you a voter registration form directly to your home if you request one by calling 505-468-1291.

“Voting matters,” said Mayor Tim Keller, “and we want the process of registering or updating your registration to be as simple and convenient as it can be. Not one person should be deterred from exercising this right because the registration process felt confusing or overwhelming.”

The City is adding in-person registration options to make this process more convenient and accessible than ever. In partnership with the Department of Senior Affairs to offer in-person voter registration at meal distribution sites each Thursday from 11am to 1pm.

  • Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center: August 6, September 10
  • North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center: August 13, September 17
  • North Valley Senior Center: August 20, September 24
  • Barelas Senior Center: August 27, October 1
  • Los Volcanes Senior Center: September 3, October 8

The deadline to submit a new voter registration is Tuesday, October 6th. After that, voters can still register in-person at an early vote location once early voting begins. To find information about early voting dates and locations, you can visit www.cabq.gov/vote2020.

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Mayor Keller Signs Eighth Emergency Declaration

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

Clerk Ethan Watson, Keller Appointee Who Led Administration Improvements of IPRA Process, Named 2020 William S. Dixon Award Winner

New Mexico Foundation for Open Government Recognizes City Clerk for Commitment to Transparency

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (NMFOG) has announced their 2020 William S. Dixon Awards. This year, the Albuquerque City Clerk, Ethan Watson, received this important distinction in the category of Government, citing his prioritization of transparency and open government. The Dixon Award honors the late William S. Dixon, a first amendment advocate, and is awarded each year to citizens and organizations who champion transparency.

Watson, an Albuquerque native and UNM Law School graduate, was hired by Mayor Keller in 2018 as the City’s first Deputy City Clerk for Open Government. In this position, Watson centralized and professionalized the Inspection of Public Records (IPRA). In early 2020 Watson was promoted to the position of City Clerk where he continued to improve the IPRA response process, used data and analytics to drive digitization and publication of public records, and began a city-wide records retention and IPRA training program.

“My administration has long been committed to transparency and accountability,” stated Mayor Keller. “I appreciate NMFOG’s recognition of our City Clerk and the investments and commitments we’ve made to open government.”

“I’m grateful to receive this award, and appreciate the recognition.” Stated City Clerk, Ethan Watson. “This administration and my office work every day to make the government more accessible, and I look forward to continuing this important work.”

 

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Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

2021 City Clerk Rules and Regulations for the Election Code and the Open and Ethical Election Code

***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 Office of the City Clerk ("Office") hereby gives notice that the Office will conduct a public hearing on the described rules below.

Proposed Rule: 2021 Regulations of the Albuquerque City Clerk for the Open and Ethical Elections Code

2021 Regulations of the Albuquerque City Clerk for the Open and Ethical Elections Code - Redline

Proposed Rule: 2021 Regulations of the Albuquerque City Clerk for the Election Code

2021 Regulations of the Albuquerque City Clerk for the Election Code - Redline

A Public Hearing will be held via Zoom on Friday, September 18, 2020 from 1:00pm - 3:00pm.

 

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The purpose of this meeting is to obtain public input on the proposed updates to the City Clerk's rules to the Open and Ethical Election Code and the Election Code. The public hearing allows members of the public an opportunity to submit testimony and arguments in person on the proposed rule changes posted above.

Authority: Article XIII, Section 10 and Article XVI Section 18 authorizes the Office to adopt rules and regulations necessary to insure effective administration of the Election Code and the Open and Ethical Election Code.

To submit written public comment on either 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 the City Clerk's office at (505) 924-3650 or email [email protected] (5) business days prior to the hearing.

Mayor Keller Signs Ninth Emergency Declaration

Today, Mayor Keller signed ninth 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-20-31

Enactment No: O-2020-029

Sponsored by: Councilor Benton

ORDINANCE

AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE GROSS RECEIPTS TAX IMPROVEMENT REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 2020 IN AN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $50,000,000 FOR THE PURPOSE OF (1) FINANCING THE COST OF DESIGNING, DEVELOPING, CONSTRUCTING, RECONSTRUCTING, REHABILITATING, RENOVATING, MODERNIZING, SIGNING, ENHANCING AND OTHERWISE IMPROVING TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS, INCLUDING ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS, TRAILS AND BIKEWAYS AND TRANSIT, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CITY (2) FUNDING THE CAPITALIZED INTEREST FUND, AND (3) PAYING EXPENSES RELATED TO ISSUANCE OF THE BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE SERIES 2020 BONDS FROM THE REVENUES OF A MUNICIPAL GROSS RECEIPTS TAX IMPOSED AT A RATE OF 0.25% PURSUANT TO CITY ORDINANCE NO. 0-20-14 ENACTMENT NO. 0-2020-016 ADOPTED ON MAY 18, 2020; APPROVING THE DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY TO MAKE CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS REGARDING THE SALE OF THE SERIES 2020 BONDS PURSUANT TO THE SUPPLEMENTAL PUBLIC SECURITIES ACT; PROVIDING FOR THE TERMS AND OTHER DETAILS CONCERNING THE SERIES 2020 BONDS; PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO THE SERIES 2020 BONDS; RATIFYING ACTION PREVIOUSLY TAKEN; REPEALING ALL ACTIONS INCONSISTENT WITH THIS ORDINANCE; AUTHORIZING THE TAKING OF OTHER ACTIONS IN CONNECTION WITH THE ISSUE AND SALE OF THE SERIES 2020 BONDS.

 

Council Bill No: O-20-29

Enactment No: O-2020-028

Sponsored by: Pat Davis, by request

ORDINANCE

AMENDING ARTICLE XVI SECTION 3 AND SECTION 6 OF THE CITY CHARTER; CHAPTER 2 ARTICLE 4, SECTION 13, ROA 1994 TO: CHANGE THE DATES OF THE EXPLORATORY PERIOD FOR MAYORAL CANDIDATES; CHANGE THE DATES OF THE QUALIFYING PERIOD FOR MAYORAL AND COUNCIL APPLICANT CANDIDATES; CHANGE THE TIMEFRAME FOR GATHERING SEEDMONEY; AND CHANGE THE TIME FRAME FOR ALL CANDIDATES TO FILE THEIR PETITIONS.