Close But No Cigar
Three-time mayor Martin Chavez to have lunch with R.J. Berry tomorrow
Mayor Chavez arrived at O’Niell’s and was elegant and graceful in a speech that all but conceded to Richard Berry. He said all the right things, asking everyone to work together and stand behind Albuquerque’s next mayor. Before his arrival the crowd had dwindled, and the Chavez camp tried to pack everyone around him so it would look bigger. He said he was going to spend time with his kids and make a better salary, and he appeared more upbeat than would be expected. In attendance were Chief of Police Keith Shultz and Deputy City Attorney Pete Donnelley, two men probably now worried about their jobs. Unless voting results make a drastic change, it looks like Marty had a good run, but it’s now come to an end.
Over the Edge for Special Olympics at New Mexico Bank and Trust
Join the League of Edgers and prepare to rappel 16 stories down the New Mexico Bank and Trust Building in Downtown Albuquerque.
Michael D Band • country at Dirty Bourbon
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