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    March 21st Northwest Community Policing Council Meeting

    The Northwest Community Policing Council invites you and your residents to our next regular meeting to be held on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, at 6:00 PM, at the Don Newton Taylor Ranch Community Center, 4900 Kachina NW.  I have attached the Agenda for your review.

    This meeting will include a presentation from Ofc. Russ Alberti, the recruiter for the Albuquerque Police Department, speaking about ongoing recruiting efforts, officer training, and upcoming changes to the process.  This is an area of great concern to the community and we look forward to learning more about the process.

    Ladera Golf Course Maintenance

    Our Superintendent James Lucero has informed us that maintenance will be top dressing the greens April 3rd, 4th, and 5th.

    Jr. Golf News & Notes from Ladera Golf Course

    Jr. Golf will be run by a Bulldog (Eric Alaniz) and a Tiger (David Lovato)!!! Bulldog and Tiger are putting together Albuquerque’s best Jr. Program. They are also forming The Ladera PGA Jr. League. Ladera will be the place to be for the finest JR Golf instruction, introduction, and all out fun!!!

    Northwest Area Command Community Policing Council meetings:

    Held the third Tuesday of every month at 6:00 PM. The meeting is at the Northwest Area Command Substation located at 10401 Cibola Loop, NW 87114 across from Cibola High School.

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    Many of our city libraries offer terrific resources for parents, and the Storytime events are among the favorites. The weekly Storytime dates and times vary, but you can find one each week at nearly every branch. To learn more about Storytime for your little one, visit: www.abqlibrary.org

    Local NMDOT Road Project Information Available Online for Commuter Planning

    Did you know that the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) has an interactive road construction map showing all active road projects in the Albuquerque area? It makes planning your commute much easier. To access the interactive map, visit: https://nmroads.com  and zoom in on Albuquerque. The City of Albuquerque also has an interactive local road project interactive map available, at: http://www.cabq.gov/ municipaldevelopment/maps/ traffic-report

    ABQMomsBlog Offers Resources for Families and Kids

    Have you had a chance to check out the ABQMomsBlog yet? This community-oriented website features articles written by local parents, ideas for fun with the family, community involvement ideas, suggestions for kids during Spring Break, events going on throughout the city, and it’s not just for moms! If you know of a parent or family who is looking for something new to do, see, or experience, this innovative blog may be just the ticket. Take a look at:https://albuquerque. citymomsblog.com/

    Founder’s Day Parade in Old Town Seeking Parade Banner Carriers

    Ever wanted to be part of the traditional Old Town Founder’s Day Parade and carry a historic family banner? Now is your chance! The Parade organizers have several banners available to be carried in the parade on Saturday, April 7, but they will go quickly, so sign up today and be part of this great cultural tradition. E-mail: rdgonzales36@comcast.net for more information.

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    Bernalillo County’s Water Conservation Program promotes the efficient and responsible use of the County’s water resources.

    We do this through:

    1. Water conservation education and outreach
    2. High-Efficiency Toilet Retrofit and Rain Barrel incentive programs
    3. Prohibiting water waste and requiring water conservation for new development, remodels, and additions through our Water Conservation Ordinance and supporting Water Conservation Development Standards and Guidelines
    4. Leading by example by conserving water at County facilities.

    Water Conservation Tips 

    Visit https://www.bernco.gov/water for great tips on water conservation and information on the 40-Gallon challenge!


    Bernalillo County Accepting Applications for Youth Sports Leagues at Reduced Fees

    The County is now accepting applications for youth sports leagues, offering reduced prices to all kids in the City and County. The fee for registration is based on family income. The county will also offer reduced fees for after school programs and summer camps. Applications can be picked up at the County Sports Office, 111 Union Square SE, Ste. 200., or online at: www.bernco.gov


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    If you are having any non-emergency issues (weeds, trash, zoning, lost animals, etc.) don't forget you can make a report through 3-1-1 or online at: https://www.cabq.gov/311/abq311/
    You can also download their app!

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    Here is a video from the Department of Homeland Security about Active Shooters.  It covers the basics and is seven minutes in length:


    ART Lanes for Buses Only – Please Drive with Caution

    The Albuquerque Rapid Transit (ART) has started limited service on Central Avenue, and drivers are reminded that the ART bus-only lanes are for buses and emergency vehicles only, not for regular car traffic. Drivers caught in the ART bus-only lanes will be ticketed by Albuquerque Police Department. For more information on the ART bus lanes, or general information, call the ART hotline at (505) 398-4ART, or visit:www.brtabq.com

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Annual Meeting Agenda for September 22nd

Hello Neighbors!

Tuesday, September 22 is our Annual Meeting (at the Ladera Golf Course banquet area) and we’re looking forward to seeing you there!

Here’s the agenda:

6:30 – 6:45: Meet and Greet:  This is a chance to mingle with your neighbors, the board members and our state and local representatives while enjoying snacks and beverages.  You’ll have an opportunity to share your ideas, any handyman referrals you may have and pay your annual dues (required for voting members).

(Approx) 6:45 – 7:00: Opening remarks by LWNA Board President Steve Collins and our State and City representatives – State Senator Jacob Candelaria , State Representative Antonio “Moe” Maestas  and City Counselor Ken Sanchez.

(Approx) 7:00 – 7:30: Presentation about 3-1-1 from Ms. Esther Tennenbaum, Division Manager of 311 Citizen Contact Center followed by a question-and-answer session.  Come learn how much 3-1-1 really has to offer – you’ll be surprised (addressing weed and zoning issues, helping with lost pets, getting large items hauled away, providing guidance on adding improvements to your property, and more!)

(Approx) 7:30 – 7:45: LWNA business meeting including the election of 2 board members (interested in volunteering?), the announcement of Bob McCannon Road, and a vote on the proposed bylaws change to add a Vice President to the board as needed (to Article VI, Section 2, a second sentence shall be added: “At the board’s discretion the office of Vice President may be added as needed.” Article VI, Section 3, shall be amended to read: “The term of office for the President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer shall be one (1) year.”)


We have been working hard to make this meeting both useful and enjoyable – hoping to see you there!!!


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  1. ursula sena

     /  September 17, 2015

    Is there a contact that I can be directed to do that I may get involved in neighborhood watch. If there is not a contact I am suggesting there be one. Our home has been broken into, items stolen, cars broken into and tagging on our fence. Please contact me.



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