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Nov. 25, 2020 Community Hall Newsletter

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced: 500,000 Senior Meals Delivered; Netflix Plans to Expand in ABQ; Major Aerospace; Community Input for APD Chief; New Little Free Libraries; $10 Million in Small Business Grants; Enforcementof Public Health Order; and Climate Change and Sustainability Improvement.

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Happy Thanksgiving, Albuquerque,

This year has looked very different than we all thought it would. It’s been tough for everyone, but this Thanksgiving I am more thankful than ever to live in Albuquerque. Our city has shown its resilience and faced challenges head on. Burqueñ​os have stepped up in so many ways for our community, from the essential workers who have kept the city running and provided a safety net for our most vulnerable populations, to the parents who have learned to balance working from home with virtual school. As the virus spikes again with the beginning of winter, the best way to help our community right now is by staying home as much as you can.

If you have to leave for work, groceries, or some other essential reason: Mask up, keep six feet between you and others, and wash your hands frequently. This holiday season is going to be challenging in ways we haven’t had to deal with before, but we must do everything we can to keep our community safe and healthy. 

From my family to yours: Have a safe, healthy, happy holiday season.

-Mayor Tim Keller

This week, Mayor Tim Keller announced:

  • Mayor Joins Senior Affairs to Mark 500,000 Senior Meals Delivered During COVID
  • Netflix Plans to Expand in ABQ
  • City Taking Steps to Bring Major Aerospace Project to Albuquerque
  • City Seeks Community Input for Next APD Chief
  • Albuquerque Makes Short List for New U.S. Space Command Center
  • City’s Civic Engagement Diversity Book Drive to Stock New Little Free Libraries
  • Keller Administration Delivers First Round of $10 Million in Small Business Grants
  • City Continues Targeted Enforcement Efforts of Public Health Order
  • Albuquerque is Top 5 for Climate Change and Sustainability Improvement