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A grain of sand has been turned into a pearl at 314 14th Street NW. Continue Reading »

You will soon be receiving a black and white copy of the DNA newsletter by regular mail.  This will be the last edition that we will be sending by mail.

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June 2015

ABC-Z Update

“ABC to Z” is an ambitious project to update theAlbuquerque/Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan (“ABC Comp Plan”) and overhaul the City’s zoning and development framework.  Bernalillo County is participating only in the Comprehensive Plan Update. Continue Reading »

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Bernalillo County – Spring rains and rising temperatures have hastened the arrival of mosquito season for the middle Rio Grande valley. Citizens should take precautions now to protect themselves from mosquitoes and West Nile virus. Continue Reading »


Bernalillo County – The Bernalillo County Commission today approved the Santolina Master Plan as amended.

The commission also approved a zoning change for the property from generally rural agricultural to a planned community zone.

Both measures passed on a 3-2 vote. Commissioners Art De La Cruz, Wayne Johnson and Lonnie Talbert voted in favor. Commissioners Maggie Hart Stebbins and Debbie O’Malley voted against. Continue Reading »

The Tree Project had its first survey on May 16th. We had a great turn out with about 20 people, despite the terrible weather. The teams completed 26 sheets of survey forms and more were turned in to Chan at the June DNA meeting.

At the last meeting of the Tree Committee we selected the seven houses, (excluding #422) located on 14th Street, between Fruit and Lomas to be the location for the demonstration tree planting. Screenshot 2015-06-03 11.44.13

We have to approach the owners and get them to sign agreement forms allowing the trees to be planted.

At the June meeting it was discussed to spend no more than $4,000 (to be reimbursed) towards the tree planting. At the recommendation of David Day, the committee has decided to contract with the work Desert Gardens Outdoors. The Tree Project Committee will meet and discuss how to get the remaining work done.

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