Metal Mayor Makes Progress
Accomplishments, challenges and advances
We chat with Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller about how things have been going.
photo by Corey Yazzie
Year in Review: News
A Year in the Life
If it was real, you read it here
Here’s a bit of what we covered in 2019.
Eric Williams Photography
The Lion in Winter
Council says goodbye to Bregman’s replacement
Albuquerque City Council said goodbye to its longest-sitting member, while welcoming onboard a new Council member. Then, the body politic gave a shout-out to some very good soccer champs—all at its December meetings.
More than half of the cases resulting from a state police surge in Albuquerque earlier this year have been dismissed; a proposed rule change by CYFD to make fostering children easier is receiving criticism from some foster care advocates; the US Justice Department announced that it is awarding more than $3.8 million in grants to New Mexico state courts and county and tribal programs to combat opioid addiction.
Odds & Ends
Funny because someone else suffered the travesty of art defacement.