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BernCo's Strategic Plan for Fiscal Year 2021/22 Is Now Available

Bernalillo County's Strategic Plan for Fiscal Year 2021/22 is now available. It’s the two-year plan that encapsulates what county departments are doing to support the strategic plan goals.

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  • Please be advised that the Bernalillo County Detention Facility Management Oversight Board will meet on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. In response to the governor’s declaration of a public health emergency and ban on large public gatherings, this meeting will be conducted through Zoom. This meeting is open to the public and constituents are encouraged to participate. Dial In: 1-253-215-8782 Meeting ID: 884 0665 4190 Passcode: 031674 Please see the link to log in. Please see the attached agenda.
    Time:
    1/20/2021 4:30 PM

  • Testing Schedule Subject to Change REQUIRED ITEMS: 1.A state issued ID or military photo ID 2.Business casual attire for written exam
    Location:
    Sandia Preparatory School
    Time:
    1/23/2021 8:00 AM

  • Please be advised that the Addiction Treatment Advisory Board will meet on Monday, Jan. 25, 2021 at 4 p.m. In response to the governor’s declaration of a public health emergency and ban on large public gatherings, this meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom. This meeting is open to the public and constituents are encouraged to participate. Dial In: 1-346-248-7799 Meeting ID: 880 6228 8675 Please see the attached agenda and link to join the meeting.
    Time:
    1/25/2021 4:00 PM

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Bernalillo County Commissioners & Elected Officials

Debbie O'Malley

Debbie O'MalleyDistrict 1

Steven Michael Quezada

Vice Chair Steven Michael QuezadaDistrict 2

Adriann Barboa

Adriann BarboaDistrict 3

Walt Benson

Walt BensonDistrict 4

Charlene Pyskoty, District 5 Commissioner

Chair Charlene E. PyskotyDistrict 5

Tanya Giddings

Tanya GiddingsAssessor

Clerk - Linda Stover

Linda StoverClerk

Probate Judge - Cristy J. Carbόn-Gaul

Cristy J. CarbÓn-Gaul Probate Judge

Sheriff - Manuel Gonzales III

Manuel Gonzales IIISheriff

Treasurer - Nancy M. Bearce

Nancy M. BearceTreasurer

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County Spotlight

broadband
Commissioner Charlene Pyskoty is focused on addressing the unique challenges of bringing expanded broadband internet services to the East Mountains within Bernalillo County, which includes the Village of Tijeras. Broadband speed and reliability have long been a concern of area residents, but the issue has become urgent with the coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency as households use multiple devices to perform work and attend school online.
District 5 Commissioner Charlene Pyskoty is the new chair of the Bernalillo County Commission. District 2 Commissioner Steven Michael Quezada is the new vice chair.
jail
Bernalillo County commissioners approved the award of the demolition contract for the Regional Correctional Center to Guzman Construction Solutions. The demolition of the old jail, at Fifth and Roma, will be completed using a controlled, non-explosive demotion process.
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The Office of Senior and Social Services is sponsoring a new online program for Spanish speaking seniors. “Remedios y recetas caseras" is a free phone/online group for seniors 60 and over which begins Saturday, Jan. 9 and continues through April 24, 2021. The group will meet every Saturday from 2 to 2:30 p.m. MST.
The following Bernalillo County elected officials were sworn in today, Friday, Jan. 1: newly elected District 3 County Commissioner Adriann Barboa, newly elected District 4 Commissioner Walt Benson, returning District 2 Commissioner Steven Michael Quezada, returning County Clerk Linda Stover, and returning County Treasurer Nancy Bearce.
public art
The Bernalillo County Arts Board solicits a call for artists to propose conceptual sketch ideas for outdoor sculpture to be located along highly visible avenues and boulevards within Bernalillo County.
coronavirus
Bernalillo County has revised some of its operational procedures, including limits to in-person office activity, and continues employee teleworking to align operations with the governor’s updated public health order, which takes effect Wednesday, Dec. 2.
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Five elected officials including two newly elected Bernalillo County Commissioners were sworn into office on January 1, at the Bernalillo County District Courthouse. The officials taking the Oath of Office include: Linda Stover, County Clerk; Nancy Bearce, County Treasurer; Steven Michael Quezada, Commissioner for District 2; Adriann Barboa, Commissioner for District 3; and Walt Benson, Commissioner for District 4.
Bernalillo County Manager Julie Morgas Baca would like to extend a sincere thank you to all residents of the county on behalf of the Bernalillo County Commission and staff for supporting six general obligation bond measures on the November 2019 ballot.
Five separate projects, $500 million dollars, 1,200 permanent jobs, 1,300 construction jobs. Amazon, Ben E. Keith, Fed Ex and New Mexico Fresh Foods and Wagner Equipment are locating or relocating along the I-40/I 25 corridors with the ability to move goods and services regionally across the U.S.
Bernalillo County takes the concerns of MDC inmates and their families seriously while the Coronavirus continues to increase in numbers in our community. County Manager Julie Morgas Baca addresses the families of inmates being held at the MDC directly.
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