News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
AIMS@UNM Charter School has received a grant of $175,000 from the Daniels Fund to support the development of a second AIMS school in Albuquerque.
Highlights Include: No Tax Increases, No Layoffs, Additional Police Cars
At Monday night’s city council meeting, three councilors (Benton, O’Malley and Garduno) refused to vote for critical, time-sensitive bi-partisan effort funding for Paseo Del Norte and I-25 funding.
Mayor Richard J. Berry announces that this local builder has been awarded the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Research Center Green Partner Award
Abandoned and problem-riddled home is demolished by Safe City Strike Force
Mayor Berry’s ABQ View is leading the nation in transparency
Mayor Richard J. Berry and Mayor Ken Miyagishima of Las Cruces have teamed up to encourage all New Mexicans to support UNM and NMSU
Mickey Fehr works in the Department of Finance and Administration as the E-Commerce Manager.
Three City office buildings are now being powered by the sun, as Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry unveiled the most recent photo-voltaic solar array at the Fire Academy.
Today Mayor Richard J. Berry signed legislation creating new City Council Districts. As a result the growing Westside now has three full Council Districts.
Mayor Richard J. Berry spent Thursday afternoon breaking ground on the two newest public safety buildings in the City.
Top Earners for City Published on Transparency Website
The Department of Senior Affairs will start making home visits to people who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease or dementia to sign them up for the Silver Alert Program.
Ambassador Fujisaki is in New Mexico on official business related to Japan’s investment of over $30 million in smart grid research
Mayor Richard J. Berry today announced the installation of a new 'silver screen' at the KiMo Theatre.
City Provides Jump Drives to Care Givers
The City of Albuquerque is partnering with Southwest Learning Centers in a lease agreement as they expand to open their fourth school
Mayor and City Councilors Introduce Legislation to Dedicate Entire $50 Million Dollars to Critical Infrastructure Project
The City of Albuquerque and the University of New Mexico announce a joint partnership aimed at expanding educational and economic opportunities for the community.
Mayor Richard J. Berry joined with Albuquerque Heading Home volunteers, organizers, and participants to celebrate the program’s first anniversary.