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April 2019 Community Hall Newsletter

In this edition of Community Hall, we provide an update on recent crime statistics from APD, information about upcoming summer programs, critical funding from the legislature, ways to meet the National Mayors Water Challenge for Earth Month, and how we're attacking crime hotspots all across town.

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Happy Spring!

In this edition of Community Hall, we provide:

 

I also want to thank the City Council for passing a bond package that reflects our shared priorities to address public safety, homelessness, and infrastructure in Albuquerque. I appreciate that the Council voted to support these efforts with critical funding that doesn’t raise taxes.

We will continue to provide updates on this package, and how these projects can help address our challenges, as we head toward November's public vote.

Thank you for staying up to date with all that's going on in our city. Together, we are One Albuquerque!

-Mayor Tim Keller