News from Mayor Richard J. Berry
Historic Barelas railroad yards to undergo revitalization. Work space, restaurants, and performance venues planned, Mayor Richard J. Berry and City Council Isaac Benton announce.
New service routes connecting Albuquerque and Rio Rancho now allow greater ease for commuters and a new outlook on regional transportation.
The U.S. State Department appointed Chief Administrative Officer David Campbell to serve as a U.S. Diplomat in a foriegn country. Mayor Berry named City Attorney Rob Perry as the CAO-Designate.
Mayor Richard J. Berry announced today that his administration reached an agreement with the Albuquerque Police Officers Association that will save taxpayers $1 million a year and allow all current police officers to take their cars home.
Mayor Richard J. Berry presented his priority legislation for the 2011 New Mexico Legislative Session to NM State Legislators who represent areas around the Rio Grande Central Corridor today. The following bills and initiatives are ones that Mayor Berry’s team will lobby, follow, and champion.
Three-step plan identifies 75 needy residents, provides housing, and engages non-profit community.
Mayor Richard J. Berry and Public Safety Director Darren White are teaming up with the local Marine Corps to help find toys for 8,000 children who could go without a Christmas gift this year.
Largest dog park in the Albuquerque opens.
Rio Grande Zoo Houses the Only Tasmanian Wombats in North America
Westside residents are one step closer to complete connectivity from the South end of the city to the North and into Rio Rancho.
Update: The red light camera program was discontinued in December 2011. This information highlights the executive and legislative processes that eventually led to the end of red light cameras operating within selected Albuquerque intersections.
Mayor Berry praises and celebrates Kirtland Air Force Base and Sandia National Laboratories through a resolution sponsored by Councilor Brad Winter.
The Berry Administration has reached a deal with Coronado Mall management allowing Lucky Paws to remain open for the next year.
"ABQ View puts our city government at the forefront of what open government should look like for cities around the country," Mayor Berry said.
City to re-examine take-home policies and costs for more than 240 government fleet vehicles.
Mayor Richard J. Berry gives a voice to all employees, citizens, and vendors to report efficiencies, increased stewardship and better acountability of taxpayer dollars.
Mayor Berry discusses Albuquerque's balanced FY11 budget and its notable lack of any tax increases.
Mayor Berry: "Drinking and driving is a serious problem, and we want employees and the public to know that DWI has serious consequences at the City of Albuquerque."
Mayor Richard J. Berry submitted a proposal to Governor Bill Richardson’s Administration Wednesday asking that $1 million in stimulus money that was requested to be spent on a new fire station be used to buy air packs for firefighters or two new fire trucks.
Mayor Berry looks forward to working with City Council to reform and create comprehensive impact fees legislation.