By Laura Sanchez
Albuquerque's 16th Council met for the next to last time on Nov. 7. Councilors Sally Mayer and Miguel Gómez were absent.
Councilor Eric Griego deferred his bill calling for wireless Internet throughout the city until Nov. 21, Griego's last meeting as a councilor. He also deferred bills calling for a Martineztown/Santa Barbara Community Center and for compliance with the U.S. Conference of Mayors' Climate Protection Agreement for 30 days, pushing them beyond his term.
Councilor Martin Heinrich called on Cynthia Griego from the city's Planning Department to present the final draft of the Highland/Central Metropolitan Redevelopment Area plan, running roughly from Nob Hill to San Mateo and from just north of Central to Zuni. The plan will facilitate redevelopment in the area.
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