The Council and the Police
Ordinance governs oversight board
Maybe it was the planet Mercury going retrograde that inspired one citizen to sing for the Albuquerque City Council during its special meeting to discuss amendments and hear public input on updating the Civilian Police Oversight Ordinance.
UNM Faculty Organizing
Unions give workers a needed voice
Weekly Alibi met with associate professor Matías Fontenla, one of the UNM professors responsible for organizing his cohorts and calling for union representation.
Environment Department issued a notice of violation to oil and gas giant Hilcorp Energy Company; Plans for a Rail Runner spur line have upset some North Edith area residents; Democratic legislator from Silver City said women who want abortions shouldn't have gotten pregnant in the first place.
Odds & Ends
Funny because being recalled and then winning your reelection on the same day happens to someone else.
Independence Day fireworks
City of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County are partnering to bring Independence Day fireworks displays to each quadrant of the metro area.
Open Space Explorer Camp
This week's theme: Hoot Hoot: All About Owls.