open space


V.25 No.14 | 4/7/2016

Council Watch

Council Considers Flags, Films and 911 Response Times

ART and DoJ also discussed

There are ART lawsuits, the film office gave an update on the industry's economic impact, budget document claims 911 response times have increased, it's proposed that APD command staff not receive raises unless they comply with the DoJ settlement, and city is looking at how to buy land for open space.
V.24 No.15 | 4/9/2015

Council Watch

Somos 1 ABQ

This week: Immigration, the Open Space Trust Fund, and other issues.
V.23 No.36 |

news

The Daily Word in yearbook woes, the job market and free pot

The Daily Word

Economists say the job growth in August wasn't very good, but there's no reason to worry.

In Florida, a missing autistic boy was found unharmed; however, the man he was found with is suspected of four murders.

A Maine mother is fighting the state over a do-not-resuscitate order placed on her injured child.

Another individual has come forward to sue Penn State in regard to the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.

Brooksville, Fla. vs. red light cameras

Open space officers located a group of hikers who went missing yesterday in the Embudito area. All three were unharmed.

The autopsy report has been released for the gruesome killing of Emily Lambert in March in Carlsbad, N.M.

People in Portales, N.M., are outraged at topless photos in a high school yearbook.

What's on your New Mexico bucket list?

Starting next summer, citizens in Berkeley, Calif., who make less than $32,000 can get free pot. Assuming they have a medical marijuana card, of course.

V.20 No.37 | 9/15/2011

Alibi Picks

Today! Urban Farm and Harvest Festival

The city's Open Space program does a lot more than provide landing pads for wayward hot-air balloons. Besides harboring wildlife and hosting a huge range of workshops, walks and art exhibits, the Open Space Visitor Center (6500 Coors NW) tucks a working farm and demonstration garden into its 24 acres on the Bosque. Today’s Urban Farm and Harvest Festival is a prime time to get acquainted. Meet the Open Space bees (and pick up a jar of their honey), watch kids march around in farm-themed costumes, listen to live music and taste local foods from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There's no charge to get in. For a festival schedule and more on the city's farming initiatives, visit cabq.gov/openspace/UrbanFarmFestival.html.

V.19 No.19 | 5/13/2010

Alibi Picks

Spring Cleaning in the Rio

On top of merely dancing on the sand, she's also pretty famous around these here parts. There are a few roads, several songs and plenty of pronunciations for our fair river traversing three states and two countries. Treat her right today and team up with the the Albuquerque Open Space Division for National River Cleanup Day. Starting at 8 a.m. and running until 1 p.m., help remove trash, debris and any other unsightly offenders of our precious waters. To register, visit REI (1550 Mercantile NE) or call 247-1191. The crew will meet at the northwest side of the Central bridge, with limited parking at Central and Sunset. For more information, visit cabq.gov.

V.19 No.13 | 4/1/2010

Alibi Picks

Clean Up Your Act

Every year, Albuquerque's Open Space Division teams up with local volunteers to clean up trash, graffiti and debris around the Sandia foothills. Lend a helping hand today as the clean-up crew meets at the end of Copper, east of Tramway. Pack a lunch, take plenty of water, wear comfortable clothing and get there early to register. The spring clean-up runs each Saturday in April from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at several locations around the Sandia foothills. Parking is limited, so carpooling is strongly encouraged. For more information, call 452-5200 or visit cabq.gov/openspace. (Adam Fox)

V.19 No.5 | 2/4/2010
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Council Bite

Camera Cash Buys Police Cars

Camera Cash Buys Police Cars

Remember paying all those red-light camera tickets? The City Council spent most of the fine money collected since 2005 at the Monday, Feb. 1 meeting. Those dollars were allocated for upgrades to three fire stations, protective equipment for firefighters, 200 police cars and beefing up the party patrol.

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