By Carolyn Carlson
Most of the Dec. 15 City Council meeting was deferred due to icy roads and snow. The councilors still managed to get a couple things out of the way. The most interesting items—sweeping water conservation measures, sector plan approvals and what to do with all those water-hog city toilets—will be heard sometime in the new year.
Former Duke City first lady Margaret Aragon de Chavez made an appearance and was all smiles, promoting the Council’s passage of the measure declaring the third Saturday in June “Albuquerque Adoption Appreciation Day.” Aragon de Chavez is the statewide recruitment director for the Children, Youth and Families Department’s foster and adoptive parent program.
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