Pandas on Wheels
By Laura Sanchez
Courtesy of The City of Albuquerque
Election Eve Council meetings often end early, but on Nov. 6 one blockbuster bill and several side dishes kept councilors working late. Councilor Debbie O'Malley sponsored an administration proposal to expand city recycling services to multi-family dwellings of more than 25 units. The proposal passed unanimously.
Councilor Isaac Benton's bill declaring a six-month moratorium on residential construction in the Silver Hills neighborhood until the local sector development plan can be amended passed with only Councilor Don Harris opposed. But most of the long meeting was spent riding the Toonerville Trolley.
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