Day: September 9, 2020

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ICYMI: New Mexico Takes Another Cautious Step in Reopening

Last Tuesday, Leadership Albuquerque dug into the tourism and hospitality industry to learn how the successful “New Mexico True” state brand was born, understand how the industry has been impacted by COVID-19 and what recovery might look like, explore the fast-evolving world of manned space flight and space tourism, and more. In its morning session, …

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LEADERSHIP ALBUQUERQUE: An Interesting Time to Hear from Tourism Leaders and Industry Innovators

LEADERSHIP ALBUQUERQUE: An Interesting Time to Hear from Tourism Leaders and Industry Innovators

Last Tuesday, Leadership Albuquerque dug into the tourism and hospitality industry to learn how the successful “New Mexico True” state brand was born, understand how the industry has been impacted by COVID-19 and what recovery might look like, explore the fast-evolving world of manned space flight and space tourism, and more. In its morning session, …

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MONEY FOR COPS ON THE TABLE: Mayor Supports City/DOJ Agreement to Accept Nearly $10M in Federal Funds to Hire More Police, Council Consideration Awaits

MONEY FOR COPS ON THE TABLE: Mayor Supports City/DOJ Agreement to Accept Nearly $10M in Federal Funds to Hire More Police, Council Consideration Awaits

Last week, Mayor Tim Keller announced his intention to accept and sign onto a Department of Justice grant agreement that will give the City of Albuquerque $9.7 million to fund an additional 40 police officers in our city. The funding is part of a larger federal effort to stop persistent violent crime that is occurring in …

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HELP! For Businesses: Two City Councilors Push for a Local $10M Small Business Grant Program Using CARES Funding

HELP! For Businesses: Two City Councilors Push for a Local $10M Small Business Grant Program Using CARES Funding

The Chamber is backing a proposal that will be in front of the City Council TONIGHT to use federal Coronavirus relief money from the CARES Act to award up to $10 million in recovery grants for Albuquerque small businesses. City Councilors Brook Bassan and Trudy Jones, pictured above, are seeking to make $10 million in …

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