Albuquerque City Council will once again feature adoptable shelter animals. At the Monday, May 2 meeting, two dogs and a cat were shown via photos instead of being brought into the Council chambers, as they used to be under Councilor Sally Mayer. Either way, it is good to have the furry friends back.
The Council adopted the Volcano Cliffs Sector Development Plan. It covers 2,327 acres bounded by the Petroglyph National Monument and Open Space on the east, south and west, and Paseo del Norte on the north. The plan outlines mixed-use, bike-friendly development and avoids visual intrusions near the petroglyphs.
The next meeting is set for 5 p.m. on Monday, May 16 in the Council Chambers in the basement of City Hall.
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