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Dec. 10, 2020 Community Hall Newsletter

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced: Community Involvement Campaign; APD Town Hall; Updates on Local Covid Rates and Enforcement; $250,000 in CARES Funds to Non-Profits Serving Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault; $2.5 Million in CARES Funds to Communities Overlooked by Previous Funding; Move to Purchase Gibson Medical Center; Delivery of PPE to Local Small Businesses; New Minority Business Development Center; Grand Opening of Zocalo Lofts Multi-Use Project; and APD Anti-Crime and Violence Intervention Highlights.

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Good evening Albuquerque,

I want to start by wishing those beginning their Hanukkah holiday Chag Sameach filled with light and peace. Our interfaith family is celebrating and we are grateful for this chance to bring light into our home.

The holiday season is always a time for many to think about ways to give back, and the pandemic has demonstrated the needs in our community more than ever. There are many ways to step up for our community from volunteering, to supporting non-profits, even working for the City in a department that works on issues that you care most about. What we are asking of every Burqueño is for you to Choose One thing and do it.

As we continue to fight to get out of the red zone of the pandemic, continue to stay home when possible, wear a mask anytime you go out and maintain social distancing. By doing these things, we will keep our neighbors healthy and get our businesses closer to getting back to normal. Until that time, we will continue to provide a safety net by providing grants and PPE to businesses, housing our homeless population, and helping working families to stay afloat.

Thank you for doing your part to make our beautiful, resilient city, safer and healthier.

Mayor Tim Keller

 

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced:

  • City of Albuquerque and Albuquerque Hispaño Chamber of Commerce Launch Community Involvement Campaign
  • APD Town Hall
  • City Gives Updates on Local Covid Rates and Enforcement Heading Into Holiday Shopping Season
  • City of Albuquerque Directs $250,000 in CARES Funds to Non-Profits Serving Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
  • City of Albuquerque Directs $2.5 Million in CARES Funds to Communities Overlooked by Previous Funding
  • City Moves to Purchase Gibson Medical Center
  • Keller Administration Begins Delivery of Nearly $1 Million in PPE to Local Small Businesses
  • City of Albuquerque Opens New Minority Business Development Center
  • City Announces Grand Opening of Zocalo Lofts Multi-Use Project
  • APD Anti-Crime and Violence Intervention Highlights