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Telephone Town Hall: Mayor Tim Keller Takes Feedback from Businesses and Community on Re-Opening

TELEPHONE TOWN HALL: Mayor Tim Keller Takes Feedback from Businesses and Community on Re-Opening

As states and cities across the country begin to take steps toward re-opening their economies, Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller held a “telephone town hall” to preview what this process might look like in the city and to elicit feedback from citizens and business owners. After outlining what the city has already done to support businesses …

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LFC Weighs In: New Mexico's Legislative Finance Committee Issues White Paper on Health and Economic Impact of COVID-19

LFC WEIGHS IN: New Mexico’s Legislative Finance Committee Issues White Paper on Health and Economic Impact of COVID-19

Last week, New Mexico’s Legislative Finance Committee issued a white paper covering both the current status of the pandemic in New Mexico and the conditions necessary to begin the gradual reopening of the state’s economy. Perhaps the most comprehensive review of the state’s current situation and outlook for the future made publicly available so far, …

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Uncertain Outlook: What Could a Special Legislative Session Look Like?

UNCERTAIN OUTLOOK: What Could a Special Legislative Session Look Like?

As the economic and fiscal fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to accumulate across the country and around the world, it appears more and more likely that the state legislature will have to hold a special session, whether held in person or as an unprecedented virtual session. The combination of an economic slowdown resulting from …

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A New Day at the Rail Yards: City's Metropolitan Redevelopment Agency Seeking Proposals for North Entrance

A NEW DAY AT THE RAIL YARDS: City’s Metropolitan Redevelopment Agency Seeking Proposals for North Entrance

Revitalizing the centrally located and historically significant Albuquerque Rail Yards has been one of the core priorities of the Chamber and other groups seeking a transformed downtown. So it is a welcome and exciting development that the City of Albuquerque’s Metropolitan Redevelopment Agency has issued a Request for Expression of Interest in the Northern Entrance …

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Coming Together While Staying Apart: Chamber Coordinates Donation Efforts To Schools, Hospitals

COMING TOGETHER WHILE STAYING APART: Chamber Coordinates Donation Efforts To Schools, Hospitals

Even as much of the normal economic and governmental activity in our state and city has been drastically changed due the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chamber has maintained its commitment to supporting the community in a variety of ways. In addition to continuing to connect Chamber investors to governmental resources at the local, state, and federal …

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