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Bonds Approved for Two Apartment Complex Projects

County commissioners approved project revenue bonds for two Section 8 and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) apartment complexes.
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Tiny Home Village Announces Requests for Construction Services Bids

Bernalillo County is soliciting bids from general contractors for construction services for the Tiny Home Village and the Albuquerque Indian Center Project.
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BernCo Commission Recognizes September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

On Sept. 10 the Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners proclaimed September 2019 as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and encouraged all citizens to join in reaffirming the nation’s commitment to fighting childhood cancer.
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Citizen Jackie Bouker Recognized by BernCo Commissioners

She was recognized for her leadership and tireless advocacy for the conservation of open space.
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County Commission Approves Paid Time Off Ordinance

On Aug. 20 the BernCo Commission approved a paid time off ordinance that will mandate business owners in the unincorporated areas of the county, with two or more employees, to provide paid leave.
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Alameda Drain Trail and Public Art Dedication

On Aug. 1, 2019, the new Alameda Drain Trail and "Outpost" Public Art works were dedicated on a renovated trail that spans one mile on north 2nd Street between Montano and Osuna.
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Commission Approves Tiny Home Village Agreements

County Commissioners approved the lease and operating agreements with the Albuquerque Indian Center for the Tiny Home Village. The agreement approvals bring the transitional housing project one-step closer to fruition, the first of its kind in Bernalillo County.
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LAVU Opens New Office Using County-Backed Money

Homegrown software company, LAVU, opened new offices in downtown Albuquerque on Third Street, using $270,000 in Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) money.
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BernCo Commission Chooses New Chair and Vice Chair

District 3 Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins is the new chair of the Bernalillo County Commission. District 1 Commissioner Debbie O’Malley is the new vice chair.
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Video of Commissioner O’Malley Swearing In

Watch this short video of Bernalillo County District 1 Commissioner Debbie O'Malley being sworn in on Jan. 1, 2019.
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Commissioner O'Malley Sworn in on Jan. 1

Five Bernalillo County elected officials were sworn into office Jan. 1, 2019 at the Hiland Theater in Albuquerque.
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Local Food Distributor Gets Approval for Expansion

County Commissioners approved $80 million in industrial revenue bonds for Ben E. Keith Company to be used for the development of a new regional headquarters.
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Sawmill District Gets Approval for New Market

County Commissioners approved $10-million of industrial revenue bonds for Sawmill Bellamah Properties to be used to develop a new shopping and dining market near Old Town.
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Community Meetings and Potential Sites Announced for Tiny Home Village

On Aug. 2 Bernalillo County announced six potential sites to build a tiny home village and now it is time for the community to help make the final decision.
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