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Albuquerque Police Chief Harold Medina responds to city council | #citycouncil

Update: Albuquerque police chief Harold Medina is at tonight’s city council meeting. The meeting started at 5 p.m. and is currently still ongoing. KOAT has a crew at the meeting. MORE: Three Albuquerque city councilors demand answers from APD Chief Harold MedinaChief Medina responded to a series of questions by city Councilors Dan Lewis, Louie […]

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BCSO sheriff condemns Albuquerque mayor’s FBI investigation comments

Video above: KOAT interviews Bernalillo County Sheriff John Allen regarding Mayor Tim Keller’s interview with KOAT following a federal investigation into Albuquerque Police Department’s DWI Unit on Wednesday, Jan. 24.Allen denounces Keller’s comments on the FBI investigation. KOAT has not mentioned names allegedly involved in the case because charges have not been filed.NEW: Target 7: […]

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Some city councilors want to weaken Albuquerque mayor

A mayor has been running Albuquerque for nearly 50 years, but some city councilors want to change that and take most of the mayor’s powers away.That would go against a trend that is occurring nationally. Most cities across the country are actually trying to give their mayors more powers.Albuquerque has had a “strong mayor” form […]

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City councilors wants a city manager — the mayor disagrees

City council members are proposing a way to reinvent the way city government works in Albuquerque. They say they want to move the Duke City in the right direction and help Mayor Tim Keller. Some councilors say a city manager would do that. However, his office has a different opinion on this proposal.“There would be […]

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Mayor Tim Keller responds to vote on ‘Safe Outdoor Spaces’

Legislation allowing for safe outdoor spaces originally passed back in June, and multiple organizations applied to open them up on properties throughout our city. On Monday night, however, the council flipped its decision and voted to prevent any new applications from being approved.The city of Albuquerque is still looking for answers to a crisis. Safe […]

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