Sponsored Legislation

Legislation sponsored by City Councilor Klarissa Peña.

Review Ordinances, Resolutions, Memorials, Proposals, and Rules Amendments sponsored by City Councilor Klarissa Peña.

Ordinances

O-14-11 F/S Amending Chapter 2, Article 12, Section 4 ROA 1994 To Extend The Deadline For The City Council To Provide Policy Guidelines For The Capital Improvements Program During Even Numbered Years (Peña)

O-14-14 F/S Imposing An Excise Tax Equal To One-Eighth Of One Percent (0.125%) Of Gross Receipts To Be Used For The Purpose Of Funding Essential Services (Peña, Sanchez)

O-14-26 F/S Amending Chapter 2, Article 11, ROA 1994, City Budget, To Allow For The Carryover Of General Fund Reserves Into Subsequent Fiscal Years When The Reserves Relate To Salary Increases Or Equivalent Benefits For Employees Covered Under Collective Bargaining Units (Peña)

O-14-29 Amending Chapter 5, Article 5, Section 19 ROA 1994 And Chapter 5, Article 5, Section 29 ROA 1994 Relating To Purchasing Requirements For The Procurement Of Collective Bargaining Services By The City (Peña)

O-15-37 Annexation, 14EPC-40059 / 14EPC-40060, Annexing 1.37 Acres, More Or Less, Located In MRGCD Map 42, Tracts 148A1b, 147B1, 147B2A,148A1A1A1A1, Located On Bridge Boulevard Between Anthony Lane And Pear Road Amending The Zone Map To Establish O-1 Zoning (Peña, by request)

O-15-46 F/S Authorizing The Issue And Sale Of A Maximum Principal Amount Of $45,000,000 City Of Albuquerque, New Mexico Gross Receipts Tax Improvement Revenue Bonds, Series 2015B In One Or More Series For The Purpose Of (i) Acquiring And Equipping Public Parks, Public Recreational Buildings, Libraries, Visitor Centers, Or Other Public Recreational Facilities, (ii) Improving A Public Bus Rapid Transit System Or Facilities, (iii) Furthering Economic Development Projects Within The City, And (iv) Paying Expenses Related To Issuance Of The Series 2015B Bonds; Providing For The Payment Of The Series 2015B Bonds From Certain Gross Receipts Tax Revenues (Peña, Harris)

O-15-47 C/S Amending The City's Purchasing Ordinance, Sections 5-5-11 Relating To Capital Project Purchases And 5-5-31 Relating To Pay Equity Reporting To Provide For A 5% Preference For Companies That Have Gender Pay Equity (Gibson, Peña, Winter)

O-15-50 F/S Repealing ?2-6-5-1 Through §2-6-5-5, ROA 1994 Relating To The Joint Advisory Commission On Persons With Disabilities; Establishing And Defining The Roles And Responsibilities Of An Americans With Disabilities Act Advisory Council For The City Of Albuquerque (Peña)

O-17-37 Amending The Americans With Disabilities Act Advisory Council Ordinance §2-6-5-1 Through §2-6-5-6, ROA 1994; Reducing The Number Of Advisory Council Members And Revising Member Qualifications (Peña)

O-18-27 F/S Adopting Small Wireless Facilities Regulations To Authorize And Regulate Certain Small Wireless Facilities Installations Within City Rights Of Ways Or On City-Owned Utility Poles (Davis, Jones, Peña, Sanchez)

O-18-28 Repealing The Cruising On Public Streets Ordinance (§ 8-2-1) (Peña)

O-19-56 C/S Amending Article XII, Sections 2, 3, 5, And 8 Of The City Charter, And Amending Article XIII, Section 4, Of The City Charter (Peña, Harris, Sanchez, Borrego)

O-19-57 C/S Amending The Lobbyist And Lobbyist Organization Registration And Disclosure Ordinance At Sections 2-3-2, 2-3-3, 2-3-4, 2-3-5, AND 2-3-7 (Peña, Harris, Sanchez, Borrego)

O-19-86 Amending Chapter 13 Of The Revised Ordinances Of Albuquerque To Add A New Section Requiring Persons Owning Or Managing A Place Of Public Accommodations To Activate Closed Captioning On Television Receivers (Borrego, Peña)

O-19-87 Amending Certain Provisions In Section 4-1-1 Et Seq., ROA 1994, The Fiscal Agent Ordinance, To Add The Chief Financial Officer As A Member Of The Investment Committee, And To Update The Types Of Investments Allowed For Cash Balances Not Required For Immediate Disbursement To Ensure This Ordinance Coincides With Recently Enacted Statutory Amendments Pertaining To Investments Of Cash Balances Not Required For Immediate Disbursement (Peña, by request)

O-20-27 Establishing Community Policing Councils; Community Policing Council Membership; Requirements And Duties (Peña)

O-20-36 Amending The "Amusements, Recreation, Culture Ordinance" To Align Certain Board Appointments With Other Art And Cultural Boards And Commissions, Correct Outdated Department, Division And Program Names, And Clarify Board Relations To Municipal Hiring Practices (Peña, Borrego)

O-21-61 Amending The City Of Albuquerque Charter, Article XIII; Repealing Voter ID Requirements For Municipal Elections (Peña and Benton, by request)

O-21-67 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 (Davis, Sena, Peña, Benton)

O-21-69 Enacting The Albuquerque Automated Speed Enforcement Ordinance To Monitor The Speed Of Travel And Enforce The Speed Limit Through Speed Enforcement Cameras (Peña, Sena, Bassan, Benton)

Resolutions

R-14-102 Supporting Interest And Fee Caps On Non-Bank Lending Institutions In New Mexico (Gibson, Benton, Garduño, Peña)

R-14-126 F/S Declaring The City Council's Intent To Issue $36 Million Of Gross Receipts Tax Revenue Bonds For The Purpose Of Funding Capital Projects As Determined By The City Council (Peña, Lewis)

R-14-33 Making An Appropriation To The Albuquerque Film & Media Experience Foundation And Authorizing The Mayor To Enter Into An Agreement With The Albuquerque Film & Media Experience Foundation For The Production Of The 2014 Festival (Garduño, Winter, Gibson, Peña)

R-14-51 Establishing Priorities For The 2015 Capital Improvements Plan; Defining The Criteria To Be Used In Rating Project Proposals; Assigning Weights To The Criteria; Allocating Amounts For Different Purposes Within The 2015 General Obligation Bond Program; Stating The Policy Of The Council With Regard To Senior And Community Centers, Parks And Recreation, And Workforce Housing Projects (Peña)

R-14-55 F/S Commissioning A Study To Assess The Gaps In The City, County And State's Funding For Certain Social Service Programs; Appropriating Funding For That Purpose (Peña)

R-14-74 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of Grant Funds For A Retired And Senior Volunteer Program From The Corporation For National And Community Service And The New Mexico Aging And Long Term Services Department And Providing For An Appropriation To The Department Of Senior Affairs Retired And Senior Volunteer Program In Fiscal Year 2015 (Peña)

R-14-88 Expressing Support For Cornucopia Adult And Family Services Intent To Apply For Funding In Response To The New Mexico Department Of Transportation's FY 2016 Application Under Section 5310: Enhanced Mobility Of Seniors And Individuals With Disabilities To Meet The Transportation Needs Of The Elderly, Frail And Disabled Persons (Peña)

R-14-89 Designating Fiscal Year 2015 General Fund Appropriations For The Heading Home Program. Authorizing The Mayor To Enter Into A Social Services Agreement With Albuquerque Heading Home For Case Management Services For Heading Home Clients (Benton, Peña, Winter)

R-14-95 Appropriating Lodgers' Tax Funds To The National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation For The Advertising, Publicizing And Promotion Of The National Hispanic Cultural Center (Peña)

R-14-96 Authorizing The Mayor To Execute An Amended Contract Agreement With The New Mexico Department Of Children, Youth And Families And Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services/Division Of Child And Family Development, Pre-Kindergarten Program (Peña)

R-15-150 C/S Approving The Programming Of Funds And Projects For The 2015-2024 Decade Plan For Capital Improvements Including The 2015 Two-Year Capital Budget (Peña, by request)

R-15-155 Approving And Authorizing The Filing Of A Grant Agreement With The New Mexico Department Of Public Safety And Providing For An Appropriation To The City Of Albuquerque, Police Department (Peña, by request)

R-15-163 Calling For A Comparative Survey Of The Salaries Of ABQ Ride Motorcoach Operators And Sunvan Chauffeurs (Peña)

R-15-176 Authorizing The Mayor To Execute The Albuquerque Business Education Compact Recommendations And Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services (Peña, by request)

R-15-179 Naming The Central & Unser Library The "Central & Unser - Patrick J. Baca Library" (Sanchez, Benton, Peña)

R-15-181 F/S Appropriating Funds For Operating The Government Of The City Of Albuquerque For Fiscal Year 2016, Beginning July 1, 2015 And Ending June 30, 2016; Adjusting Fiscal Year 2015 Appropriations; Appropriating Capital Funds; And Rescinding Sections 3 And 4 Of Resolution F/S R-10-87, Enactment No. R-2010-101 (Peña)

R-15-182 Establishing One-Year Objectives For The City Of Albuquerque In Fiscal Year 2016; To Meet Five-Year Goals (Peña, by request)

R-15-197 Adjusting Fiscal Year 2015 Appropriations For City Of Albuquerque Employee Wage Increases (Peña)

R-15-2 Appropriating Funds To The Capital Implementation Program For The 2015 General Obligation Program (Peña, by request)

R-15-211 Amending The One-Year Objectives For The City Of Albuquerque For Fiscal Year 2016 (Peña)

R-15-213 Authorizing The Mayor To Execute An Amended Contract Agreement With The New Mexico Department Of Children, Youth And Families And Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services/Division Of Child And Family Development, Pre-Kindergarten Program (Peña, by request)

R-15-224 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of Grant Funds Based On A Notice Of Grant Award For A Senior Companion Program Grant With The Corporation For National And Community Service And The New Mexico Aging And Long Term Services Department And Providing For An Appropriation To The Department Of Senior Affairs Senior Companion Program In Fiscal Year 2016 (Peña, by request)

R-15-230 Requiring The Albuquerque Bus Rapid Transit Project To Finance The Installation Of A Streetscape On Central Avenue From Sunset Boulevard To Coors Boulevard, Establishing Minimum Streetscape Standards On Central From Sunset To Coors. Designating Federal Funds In The Mid-Region Council Of Governments Transportation Improvement Program For Albuquerque Great Streets For Streetscaping Central Avenue From Coors Boulevard To The Western City Limits (Peña)

R-15-237 Adjusting Fiscal Year 2016 Appropriations For City Of Albuquerque Employee Wage Increases (Peña, by request)

R-15-240 Adjusting Fiscal Year 2016 Appropriations For City Of Albuquerque Employee Wage Increases And Making An Appropriation To The Economic Development Department To Support Entrepreneur Development And International Trade Programs (Peña, Lewis)

R-15-244 Adjusting Fiscal Year 2016 Appropriations To Provide One-Time Capital Funding For The Improvement Of Route 66 Signage On Central Avenue (Peña)

R-15-253 Creating A Collaborative Process For Behavioral Health Reform Beginning With The City Of Albuquerque And Bernalillo County Through The Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Government Commission (Sanchez, Peña)

R-15-256 Amending The Tower/Unser Sector Development Plan (The "TUSDP") To Change The Zoning For Tract 2A, Westgate Mobile Home Park (The "Subject Property"), Approximately 14.5 Acres, From R-T Residential Zone To SU-1 For Mobile Home Development (Peña, by request)

R-15-266 Adjusting Fiscal Year 2015 Appropriations For Certain Funds And Program Strategies To Provide For Actual Expenditures And Adjusting Fiscal Year 2016 Operating And Capital Appropriations (Peña, by request)

R-15-267 C/S Relating To Capital Projects; Amending The Adopted Capital Implementation Program (CIP) Of The City Of Albuquerque By Designating Funding For A New Project (Peña)

R-15-270 Establishing Priorities For The 2017 Capital Improvements Plan; Defining The Criteria To Be Used In Rating Project Proposals; Assigning Weights To The Criteria; Allocating Amounts For Different Purposes Within The 2017 General Obligation Bond Program (Peña, by request)

R-15-276 Adjusting Fiscal Year 2016 Appropriations For Albuquerque Police Officer Wage Increases (Sanchez, Lewis, Peña)

R-15-3 Amending The Adopted Capital Implementation Program Of The City Of Albuquerque By Approving New Projects, Supplementing Current Appropriations And Changing The Scope Of Existing Projects (Peña, by request)

R-16-115 Approving And Authorizing The Filing Of A Grant Application For A Food Service Program For Children With The State Of New Mexico Children, Youth And Families Department And Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services (Peña, by request)

R-16-131 Renaming The Community Room At The Shawn McWethy Southwest Police Substation, As The Louis Tafoya Community Room In Honor Of Former West Mesa Neighborhood Association President And Community Advocate, To Recognize His Distinguished Service To The Citizens Of The Westside And His Commitment To The Men And Women Of The Albuquerque Police Department (Sanchez, Peña)

R-16-137 C/S Amending The Rio Bravo Sector Development Plan Zone Map From R-LT To R-2 For Tracts RR-3-A And RR-3-B For Two Parcels Of Approximately 27-Acres Abutting The South Side Of Dennis Chavez Blvd, Just North Of 98th Street (Peña, by request)

R-16-20 Adopting An Employee Recognition Program For The City Of Albuquerque (Peña)

R-16-33 Approving And Authorizing The Filing Of A Grant Application For Bus Stop Facilities Improvements With The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Of The U.S. Department Of Transportation And Providing For An Appropriation To The Transit Department (Peña)

R-16-59 Approving And Authorizing The Filing Of A Grant Application For Transportation Demand Management Program With The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Of The U.S. Department Of Transportation And Providing For An Appropriation To The Transit Department (Peña, by request)

R-16-66 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of State Of New Mexico Litter Control And Beautification Grant Funds, A Grant Under The New Mexico Litter Control And Beautification Act With The New Mexico State Tourism Department; And Providing For An Appropriation To The City Of Albuquerque Solid Waste Management Department (Peña, by request)

R-16-73 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of Grant Funds Based On The Notice Of Grant Award For A Retired And Senior Volunteer Program From The Corporation For National And Community Service And The New Mexico Aging And Long Term Services Department And Providing For An Appropriation To The Department Of Senior Affairs Retired And Senior Volunteer Program In Fiscal Year 2017 (Peña)

R-16-74 Authorizing The Mayor To Execute A Contract Agreement With The New Mexico Department Of Children, Youth And Families And Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services/Division Of Child And Family Development, Pre-Kindergarten Program (Peña)

R-16-89 Moving The Office Of Neighborhood Coordination From The Planning Department To The Council Services Department; Making An Appropriation (Peña)

R-16-90 Authorizing The Mayor To Execute A Contract Agreement With The W.K. Kellogg Foundation For The Running Start For Careers Initiative And Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services Beginning In FY17 (Peña, by request)

R-17-173 Naming The Existing Stage And Buildings At Civic Plaza As The "Al Hurricane Sr. Pavilion At Civic Plaza" In Honor Of Al Hurricane Sr., The Godfather Of New Mexico Music, For His Dedication And Commitment To Our Great City And State And For His Remarkable Six Decade Music Career (Sanchez, Peña, Benton)

R-17-175 Naming The Alamosa Center The "Ted M. Gallegos Center" (Peña)

R-17-186 C/S Appropriating Funds For Operating The Government Of The City Of Albuquerque For Fiscal Year 2018, Beginning July 1, 2017 And Ending June 30, 2018; Adjusting Fiscal Year 2017 Appropriations; And Appropriating Capital Funds (Harris, Sanchez, Peña, Winter)

R-17-194 Renaming The Wells Park Community Center The "Johnny Tapia Community Center At Wells Park;" Directing The Department Of Family & Community Services To Place The Sculpture Of Johnny Tapia Entitled "Boxing Victory Celebration," Created By Steve Weems, In An Appropriate Location At The Community Center (Peña)

R-17-195 Approving A Grant Agreement For The FY2016 Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Grant With The New Mexico Department Of Homeland Security And Providing For An Appropriation To The Fire Department In Fiscal Year 2017 (Peña, by request)

R-17-222 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of Grant Funds Based On The Notice Of Grant Award For A Foster Grandparent Program With The Corporation For National And Community Service And The New Mexico Aging And Long Term Services Department And Providing For An Appropriation To The Department Of Senior Affairs Foster Grandparent Program In Fiscal Year 2018 (Peña, by request)

R-17-250 Creating A Cruising Task Force To Explore Options And Make Recommendations To Promote Responsible Cruising In The City Of Albuquerque (Peña, Benton)

R-18-102 Amending The Boundary Of The West Central Metropolitan Redevelopment Area To Designate An Additional Area For Inclusion Within The MRA, Making Certain Findings And Determinations Pursuant To The Metropolitan Redevelopment Code, And Authorizing And Directing The Metropolitan Redevelopment Agency To Update The Metropolitan Redevelopment Plan For The West Central Metropolitan Redevelopment Area Consistent With This Resolution (Peña)

R-18-103 Amending R-18-82 To Extend The Deadline For Convening The Micro-Enterprise Development Fair To Provide Adequate Planning, Outreach, And Coordination (Peña)

R-18-107 Establishing Legislative And Budget Priorities For The City Of Albuquerque For The 2019 New Mexico State Legislature (Peña)

R-18-114 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of Grant Funds From The Cities For Financial Empowerment Fund, Inc. And Providing An Appropriation To The Legal Department For Fiscal Year 2019 (Peña, by request)

R-18-2 F/S Establishing A Legislative Policy For The City Of Albuquerque For The 2018 New Mexico State Legislature (Peña)

R-18-24 C/S Appropriating Funds For Operating The Government Of The City Of Albuquerque For Fiscal Year 2019, Beginning July 1, 2018 And Ending June 30, 2019; Adjusting Fiscal Year 2018 Appropriations; And Appropriating Capital Funds (Jones, Peña)

R-18-26 Reserving Council Project Funds To Provide For Community Arts Projects Related To The History And Culture Of The Atrisco Area Of The City Of Albuquerque (Peña)

R-18-28 Relating To Economic Development Assistance In Support Of A Proposed Topgolf Project At The Former Beach Water Park Site Near The Intersection Of I-25 And Monta?o Boulevard; Amending The Capital Improvements Program Of The City Of Albuquerque (Sanchez, Peña, Gibson)

R-18-3 Expressing The City's Support For The Proposed Atrisco West Route 66 MainStreet Organization (Peña, Sanchez)

R-18-34 Approving A Grant Agreement For The FY2017 Assistance To Firefighters Grant With The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) And The Department Of Homeland Security (DHS) And Providing For An Appropriation To The Fire Department In Fiscal Year 2018 (Peña, by request)

R-18-38 Approving And Authorizing The Filing Of A Grant Agreement With The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services (HHS), Early Head Start Program And Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services Beginning In Fiscal Year 2019 (Peña, by request)

R-18-39 Affirming The City Council's Support Of Pursuing Legal Action Against Opioid Manufacturers And Distributors For The Opioid Drug Abuse Crisis In Albuquerque Fueled By Their Improper Promotion And Over-Supply Of Those Drugs (Peña, Davis)

R-18-60 Approving A Grant Application For The FY2018 Fire Prevention And Safety Grant With The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) And The Department Of Homeland Security (DHS) And Providing For An Appropriation To The Fire Department In Fiscal Year 2018 (Peña, by request)

R-18-62 Formalizing A Collaborative Effort Between The City Of Albuquerque And Bernalillo County To Preserve Crestview Bluff As An Historic Urban Green Area (Peña, Sanchez)

R-18-66 Directing The Cultural Services Department To Develop A Special Interest Vehicle Club Recognition Program (Peña)

R-18-7 C/S Strengthening Albuquerque's Status As An Immigrant Friendly City, Promoting Public Safety, Safeguarding The Civil Rights, Safety And Dignity Of All Our Residents And Creating An Environment Conducive To All Victims Of Violent Crime Seeking Assistance (Peña, Davis)

R-18-71 Recognizing The Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-Pace) Ordinance, Passed By The County Of Bernalillo Board Of Commissioners August 14, 2018 And Urging The New Mexico State Legislature To Adopt Statutes That Facilitate C-Pace Programs By Cities And Counties Throughout The State (Peña)

R-18-82 Directing The Economic Development Department To Collaborate With The City Council Office And Other Local And State Government Agencies To Convene A Micro-Enterprise Development Fair (Peña)

R-18-90 Approving A Grant Application For The FY2019 Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Grant In Compliance With The US Department Of Transportation And Pipeline And Hazardous Materials Safety Administration With The New Mexico Department Of Homeland Security And Providing For An Appropriation To The Fire Department In Fiscal Year 2019 (Peña, by request)

R-18-94 Approving An Intergovernmental Agreement Between The City Of Albuquerque And The County Of Bernalillo (Peña)

R-18-96 Amending The Adopted Capital Implementation Program Of The City Of Albuquerque By Supplementing Current Appropriations For An Affordable Housing Development Project Within The Boundaries Of The West Central Metropolitan Redevelopment Area And Directing The Mayor To Execute The Related Development Agreement (Peña, Sanchez)

R-19-116 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services, Substance Abuse And Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Grant Awards For Assisted Outpatient Treatment And Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services, Beginning In Fiscal Year 2019 (Peña, by request)

R-19-117 F/S Creating A Census 2020 Complete Count Policy For The City Of Albuquerque And The County Of Bernalillo , Establishing A Census 2020 Complete Count Committee To Promote A 2020 Census Awareness Campaign With The Goal Of Ensuring That Every Resident In Bernalillo County And Albuquerque Is Counted, Providing Instructions For An Action Plan, And Making An Appropriation (Borrego, Benton, Peña, Sanchez)

R-19-119 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of Grant Funds From The W.K. Kellogg Foundation And Providing An Appropriation To The Legal Department For Fiscal Year 2019 (Peña, by request)

R-19-124 Approving A Grant Application For The FY19 Andeavor Foundation Grant And Providing For An Appropriation To Albuquerque Fire Rescue In Fiscal Year 2019 (Peña, by request)

R-19-129 Establishing Federal Priorities For The City Of Albuquerque For Federal Fiscal Years 2019 And 2020 For The Purpose Of Establishing City Federal Policy Goals And Federal Program Funding (Peña)

R-19-130 Approving A Grant Application For The FY19 Fire Prevention And Safety Grant In Compliance With The New Mexico Department Of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency And Providing For An Appropriation To The Albuquerque Fire Rescue In Fiscal Year 2019 (Peña, by request)

R-19-131 Amending The Adopted Capital Implementation Program Of The City Of Albuquerque By Supplementing Current Appropriations (Peña, by request)

R-19-141 Approving A Grant Application For The FY2018 Hazardous Materials Public Sector Training And Planning Grant With The New Mexico Department Of Homeland Security And Providing For An Appropriation To Albuquerque Fire Rescue In Fiscal Year 2019 (Peña, by request)

R-19-142 Amending The Adopted Capital Implementation Program Of The City Of Albuquerque By Approving New Projects, Supplementing Current Appropriations And Changing The Scope Of Existing Projects (Peña, Davis, Sanchez)

R-19-144 Approving And Authorizing A Grant Application To The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development For A 2019 Continuum Of Care Grant; And Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services Beginning In Fiscal Year 2019 (Peña, by request)

R-19-148 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of Grant Funds From The W.K. Kellogg Foundation And Providing An Appropriation To The Legal Department For Fiscal Years 2019 Through 2021 (Peña, by request)

R-19-149 Approving And Adopting The 2019 Action Plan And Program Investment Summary For The Expenditure Of Community Development Block (CDBG) Grant, Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) And Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Funds; Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services For 2019 U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development (HUD) Entitlement Funds (Peña, by request)

R-19-167 Approving And Authorizing The Mayor To Execute A Grant Agreement With The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services, Early Head Start Program And Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services Beginning In Fiscal Year 2020 (Peña, by request)

R-19-170 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of Grant Funds From The Cities For Financial Empowerment Fund, Inc. And Providing An Appropriation To The Legal Department For Fiscal Years 2019 And 2020 (Peña, by request)

R-19-171 Approving An Intergovernmental Agreement Between The City Of Albuquerque And The County Of Bernalillo (Peña)

R-19-176 Approving A Grant Application For The FY19 Walmart Foundation Grant And Providing For An Appropriation To Albuquerque Fire Rescue In Fiscal Year 2019 (Peña, by request)

R-19-183 Setting The Official List Of City Council Meetings From January 2020 Through December 2020 (Peña)

R-19-184 Determining Reasonable Notice Of Public Meetings Of The City Council (Peña)

R-19-190 Establishing A Process For The City Council To Consider Re-Adoption Of The Goals And Policies Of Sector Development Plans Listed In Appendix D Of The Comprehensive Plan Until The First Community Planning Area Assessment Cycle Is Complete And The Comprehensive Plan Is Updated (Benton, Peña)

R-19-191 Establishing A Process For The City Council To Consider Reenactment Of The Sector Development Plans Listed In Appendix D Of The Comprehensive Plan, Including The Regulatory Aspects Of The Plans (Benton and Peña, by request)

R-19-194 Approving Grant Funds Awarded For The FY2020 EMS Fund Act With The New Mexico Department Of Health And Providing For An Appropriation To Albuquerque Fire Rescue In Fiscal Year 2020 (Peña, by request)

R-19-197 Amending The Adopted Capital Implementation Program Of The City Of Albuquerque By Approving New Projects From The Proceeds Of City Of Albuquerque, New Mexico Gross Receipts Tax/Lodgers' Tax Refunding And Improvement Revenue Bonds Series 2019A (Peña)

R-19-204 Establishing A Process For Conducting A Series Of Community Meetings And Report To Consider Previous Sector Development Plan Protections And The Land Use And Zoning Appeal Process (Winter, Peña)

R-19-206 F/S Establishing Legislative And Budget Priorities For The City Of Albuquerque For The 2020 New Mexico State Legislature (Peña)

R-19-211 Adjusting Fiscal Year 2019 Appropriations For Certain Funds And Programs To Provide For Actual Expenditures And Adjusting Fiscal Year 2020 Operating And Capital Appropriations (Peña, by request)

R-19-218 Amending The Adopted Capital Implementation Program Of The City Of Albuquerque By Approving New Projects, Supplementing Current Appropriations And Changing The Scope Of Existing Projects (Peña, by request)

R-20-100 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of Grant Funds From The Department Of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency And Providing An Appropriation To The Economic Development Department For Fiscal Years 2021 And 2022 (Peña)

R-20-113 Establishing Federal Programming And Policy Priorities For The City Of Albuquerque For Federal Fiscal Years 2021/2022 (Peña)

R-20-114 Establishing Legislative And Budget Priorities For The City Of Albuquerque For The 55th New Mexico State Legislature (Peña)

R-20-121 F/S Requesting The New Mexico Department Of Transportation And The New Mexico State Legislature, To Establish As A Priority The Development Of New Mexico State Highway 45, (Coors Boulevard) Between Central Avenue And Gun Club Road To Urban Arterial Standards. Requiring The City Of Albuquerque To Work With The New Mexico Department Of Transportation To Improve The Sections Of New Mexico 45 South Of Central Avenue Within The City Limits And Encouraging The County Of Bernalillo To Work With The New Mexico Department Of Transportation To Improve The Section Of Coors Boulevard Between Old Coors Drive And Gun Club Road (Peña)

R-20-14 Renaming Bridge Boulevard Within The Albuquerque City Limits, From 4th Street SW To The West Side Of The Rio Grande River, Avenida Dolores Huerta (Benton, Peña, Borrego)

R-20-16 Approving Grant Funds Awarded For The FY2020 Fire Protection Grant With The New Mexico State Fire Marshal's Office And Providing For An Appropriation To Albuquerque Fire Rescue In Fiscal Year 2020 (Peña, by request)

R-20-20 Adjusting Fiscal Year 2020 General Fund Appropriations To Provide Funding For A Gun Buy-Back Program Through A Collaborative Effort Between The City Council, Mayor's Office, Albuquerque Police Department And Albuquerque Metro Crimestoppers (Benton, Borrego, Gibson, Peña)

R-20-23 Approving Grant Funds Awarded For The FY2020 Cities Of Service, Experience Matters Grant With Fund For Cities Of Service, Inc. Providing For An Appropriation To The Mayor's Office In Fiscal Year 2020 (Peña, by request)

R-20-36 Urging The United States Congress To Amend Or Enact Provisions Of The Cares Act To Allow For Reimbursement To Local Governments For The Recapture Of Lost Revenues Due To The Corona Virus Pandemic (Peña)

R-20-41 Approving And Authorizing The Acceptance Of Grant Funds From The W.K. Kellogg Foundation And Providing An Appropriation To The Economic Development Department For Fiscal Years 2020, 2021 And 2022 (Peña, by request)

R-20-46 Requesting A Cost-Benefit Analysis Of A Staff Telecommuting Model For Certain City Employees (Peña, Sena)

R-20-49 Calling On The Mayor To Establish Guidelines For Businesses To Ensure Protection Of The Public's Health And Safety, Once Restrictions Related To The COVID-19 Public Health Orders Are Lifted Or Eased; And To Establish A Program To Provide Needed Equipment To Businesses To Implement The Guidelines (Peña)

R-20-50 Calling On The Mayor To Establish A Pool Of Contractors To Provide Grant Writing Services For The Procurement Of Available Coronavirus Support And Relief Funding; Adjusting Fiscal Year 2020 And 2021 Appropriations; And Calling For A Feasibility Study For The Creation Of A Dedicated City Grant Management Unit (Peña, Borrego, Sena)

R-20-60 Directing That The City Administration Afford A Presumption Of Compensable Workers Compensation Injury, And To Award Service Credit To Certain City Employees Who Contract COVID-19 (Sena, Peña)

R-20-64 Adjusting Fiscal Year 2020 Appropriations To Provide Needed Equipment To Small Businesses To Implement Public Health Emergency Guidelines Related To The Covid-19 Pandemic (Peña)

R-20-75 F/S Strengthening And Re-Affirming The City Of Albuquerque's Commitment To Addressing Racial And Social Inequity (Borrego, Peña, Sena)

R-20-80 Establishing A Community Based Process To Find Solutions For The La Jornada Installation (Peña)

R-20-83 Directing That The City Of Albuquerque Explore Opportunities For Promoting Diversity And Decreasing Barriers To Serving On City Boards And Commissions (Peña, Borrego, Sena)

R-20-84 Directing The City Of Albuquerque's Office Of Equity And Inclusion, Human Resources Department, And The Economic Development Department To Collaborate With Local Disability Employment Providers To Explore Opportunities For Creating Supported Employment Opportunities Among Persons With Disabilities (Peña, Borrego, Gibson, Sena)

R-20-85 F/S Supplementing Priorities For The Capital Implementation Program Of The City Of Albuquerque By Implementing A Community Equity Criterion To Be Used In The Development Of The Plan (Peña, Sena)

R-20-89 Creating A Grace Period For The Implementation Of The 2018 International Energy Conservation Code; And Designating Fiscal Year 2021 Appropriations To Provide For An Energy Efficiency Retrofit Assistance Program For Low Income Households (Peña)

R-20-9 Naming The City Of Albuquerque Fire Station 7 The "Ken Sanchez Fire Station 7" (Peña, Gibson, Borrego)

R-20-91 Approving Fiscal Year 2021 Appropriations To Supplement Funding For Eviction Prevention Assistance Programs During The Public Health Emergency (Peña)

R-20-93 Approving And Authorizing A Grant Agreement From The U.S. Department Of Justice, Office Of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) And Providing An Appropriation To The Albuquerque Police Department (APD) For Fiscal Year 2021 (Bassan, Gibson, Peña)

R-20-95 Prohibiting The Police Department From Applying For Or Receiving Certain Surplus Military Equipment For Civilian Law Enforcement Use (Peña, Borrego, Bassan)

R-21-128 C/S Approving The Programming Of Funds And Projects For The 2021-2030 Decade Plan For Capital Improvements Including The 2021 Two-Year Capital Budget (Peña)

R-21-133 Commissioning An Update To The 2014 Social Service Gap Analysis Study And Adjusting Fiscal Year 2021 General Fund Appropriations To Provide Funding For That Purpose (Peña)

R-21-146 Amending The Adopted Capital Implementation Program For The City Of Albuquerque - Aviation Department By Transferring Funds From Existing Projects, Closing Projects, Approving New Projects, And Accepting Federal And State Grants (Peña, by request)

R-21-147 C/S Appropriating Funds For Operating The Government Of The City Of Albuquerque For Fiscal Year 2022, Beginning July 1, 2021 And Ending June 30, 2022; Adjusting Fiscal Year 2021 Appropriations; And Appropriating Capital Funds (Peña)

R-21-148 Establishing One-Year Objectives For The City Of Albuquerque In Fiscal Year 2022; To Meet Five-Year Goals (Peña, by request)

R-21-151 Approving And Authorizing The Mayor To Execute A Grant Agreement With The U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services, Early Head Start Program And Providing An Appropriation To The Department Of Family And Community Services Beginning In Fiscal Year 2022 (Peña, by request)

R-21-157 Approving The Request And Authorizing The Use Of Direct Funding Available From The American Rescue Plan Act Of 2021 For The Purposes Of Pandemic Response, Pandemic Recovery Investments, And Support For Vulnerable Populations (Peña)

R-21-163 Declaring The City Council's Support Of The Route 66 Centennial Celebration In 2026; Directing The Arts And Culture Services Department To Begin The Planning Process For A Centennial Celebration Event In The City Of Albuquerque (Peña)

R-21-173 Amending Resolution-21-148, Establishing One-Year Objectives For The City Of Albuquerque In Fiscal Year 2022; To Include A Zero Fare Transit Pilot Objective To Meet Five-Year Goals (Davis, Sena, Peña, Benton)

R-21-176 Amending The Adopted Capital Implementation Program Of The City Of Albuquerque By Approving New Projects, Supplementing Current Appropriations And Changing The Scope Of Existing Projects (Peña, by request)

R-21-178 Amending The City Operating Budget Language To Clarify The Intent Of The City Council To Implement A Comprehensive Zero Fare Pilot (Sena, Peña, Davis)

R-21-180 Dedicating The Section Of Coors Boulevard From Central Avenue South To Bernalillo County Limits To Honor The Life And Service Of Father Graham R. Golden, O. Praem And To Urge The New Mexico Legislature And The New Mexico Department Of Transportation To Make The Same Dedication (Peña, Sena, Bassan)

R-21-181 Establishing Federal Priorities For The City Of Albuquerque For 2021 (FY21-FY22) To The Community Project Program Funds Of The 117th Congress Of The United States (Peña)

Memorials

M-14-6 F/S Supporting Bernalillo County's Adoption Of Two Propositions Placing Advisory Questions On The November 4, 2014 General Election Ballot: First, The Proposition Asking Voters Whether The County Should Impose A One-Eighth Of One Percent County Gross Receipts Tax For Behavioral Health Services For Adults And Children In The Albuquerque; And, Second, The Proposition Asking Voters Whether They Support State And Local Efforts To Decriminalize Possession Of One Ounce Or Less Of Marijuana (Peña, Benton, Sanchez)

M-15-10 Reaffirming The City Of Albuquerque's Commitment To Civil Rights, Recognizing The Contributions Of Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Workers And Families, And Urging Congress To Pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform (Peña, Sanchez)

M-15-11 Urging The Governor Of New Mexico And The New Mexico State Legislature To Convene A Special Session Of The 52nd New Mexico Legislature To Adopt A Capital Outlay Bill (Harris, Peña, Jones, Sanchez)

M-17-4 Reaffirming The City Of Albuquerque's Commitment To Diversity And Immigrant Friendly Status, And To Safeguarding The Civil Rights, Safety And Dignity Of All Our Residents, Whether They Be Immigrants, War Refugees, People Of Color, Muslims, Jews, LGBTQ People, Or People With Disabilities (Peña, Benton, Davis, Gibson)

M-20-1 Urging The United States Congress To Amend The National Trails System Act To Designate The Route 66 National Historic Trail (Harris, Davis, Peña, Benton)

M-20-5 Recognizing The Senior Corp Volunteers Composed Of Foster Grandparents, Senior Companions And Retired And Senior Volunteer Program Volunteers For Their Exemplary Service During The Time Of The COVID-19 Pandemic To The Senior Citizen Population Of The City Of Albuquerque (Borrego, Peña)

Proposals

P-14-5 F/S Adopting A Proposition To Be Submitted To The Voters At The Next General Election Concerning The Imposition Of A One-Eighth Of One Percent Municipal Gross Receipts Tax For Essential Services (Peña)

Rules Amendments

RA-16-2 Amending The City Council Rules Of Procedure Relating To Article 1, Section 8 Addressing Meetings (Peña)

RA-19-2 Amending The City Council Rules Of Procedure Article III, Section 23, Relating To The Allocation Of Councilor Expenses (Peña)

RA-19-5 Amending The City Council Rules Of Procedure Article III, Section 4.A. Relating To The Order Of Business (Peña)