While most of the political action is happening up at the state legislative 60-day session, there are still local government deeds going down. Recent back to back Council and Commission meetings kept Albuquerque and Bernalillo County business rolling along.
Under proposed legislation, the state's Renewable Portfolio Standard would be revised to require public utilities like PNM to get more of their resources from renewable sources like solar and wind. Weekly Alibi chats about it with Ben Shelton, the political and legislative director of New Mexico Conservation Voters.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham picks Karen Trujillo to head PED; Public outcry over a plan to build a temporary storage site for the nation's nuclear waste in New Mexico was heard by state judges last week; APDis is introducing a limit to the amount of overtime officers can work in an attempt to curb overspending.
It’s that time of year again, fellow weebs. Con-Jikan returns to Embassy Suites by Hilton Albuquerque, as they carry on the 7-year grassroots anime and gaming convention tradition. With all the magic you expect from such a convention, get ready for panels, contests, cosplay for days, a gaming area, vendors of unique knick-knacks and, of course, the maid cafe. What's a maid cafe? UwU, you baka, just Google it (after turning on the safe search function) to get the vision. Pre-registration tickets are on sale at con-jikan.com for $35 or pay $40 at the door. This event happens Friday, Nov. 22 from 6 to 9pm, Saturday from 8am to 1am and Sunday from 10am to 5pm. With the voice actors for both Lulu and Yuumi in attendance, local League fans can finally personally thank someone for giving them spammable laughs that drive their enemy to madness.