District 5 Open House On-line, September 23, 6:00pm

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District 5 Community Members,

We miss seeing and working with you at the District 5 Open House Meetings!  Councilor Borrego is reviving the tradition with a Youtube District 5 Open House broadcast beginning at 6:00p.m this upcoming Wednesday, September 23. The topic of the meeting is public safety.  Please e-mail susanvigil@cabq.gov to request the Zoom meeting link if you wish to comment at the meeting. 

The Fall District 5 Newsletter is available for download:

Thank you for keeping faith in District 5’s integrity over these last months, and for all you do to protect and participate in the character of District 5 and the City of Albuquerque.     

Happy Fall!
Susan Vigil, Policy Analyst
Councilor Cynthia D. Borrego, District 5
susanvigil@cabq.gov
cynthiaborrego@cabq.gov
505-768-3189

Fall Neighborhood Cleanup

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Company’s Comin’ Fall Cleanup

Information about the Fall neighborhood cleanup event.

When

Sep 26, 2020
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Where

Your Neighborhood XXXX
Albuquerque, NM 87107505-761-8167

Description

Company’s Comin’ is our Fall neighborhood clean up initiative. Join neighborhoods all over the City and help #KeepABQBeautiful. To help you clean up your neighborhood, Keep Albuquerque Beautiful and the City of Albuquerque Solid Waste Management Department will:

• Provide free trash bags and gloves to your clean up
• Collect your neighborhood waste from the clean up at 12 p.m. on Saturday, September 26.

Registration deadline is Friday, September 18, at 5:00 p.m. Download the registration form.

Contact Tracer Scams on the Upswing in Albuquerque

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The following is a reprint from the Office of Neighborhood Coordination September 8th Weekly eNews.

Contact Tracer Scams on the Upswing in Albuquerque – Be Alert!
Contact tracer scam attempts related to COVID-19 are on the uprise in Albuquerque and residents are asked to be aware. If you are called by someone claiming to be a contact tracer asking for certain personal information, be aware that a legitimate contact tracer WILL NOT ask for the following information:

  • A credit card number
  • A Social Security number
  • Any type of payment
  • Immigrant status

You may be asked for your date of birth to confirm your identity, however. If you’ve been contacted by a scammer, report it online to the Albuquerque Police Department immediately. You can file a report online at: https://www.cabq.gov/police/file-a-police-report-online

Integrated Development Ordinance Updates On Council Agenda for Wednesday

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Office of Neighborhood Coordination
The following is reprinted from the Office of Neighborhood Coordination September 8th Weekly eNews.

After 16 months, we’re nearing the end of the 2019 Annual Update of the City’s Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO). The City Council will consider the IDO Annual Update for 2019 at its virtual meeting on Wednesday, September 9 at 3:00 p.m. 
The Council agenda is available online here Agenda  

IDO Annual Update Materials Redline draftincluding Tech Edits recommended by the Environmental Planning Commission
Council amendmentspassed by the City Council’s Land Use, Planning, and Zoning (LUPZ) Committee Floor Amendmentsnew changes proposed by Councilors since LUPZ hearings, including 1 new amendment since September 1st

Information about the City’s review and decision process to date is available here:
Annual Update 2019 webpage  

Send written comments to:
Crystal Ortega, Clerk to the City Council: cortega@cabq.gov

For questions, please contact:
Petra Morris: pmorris@cabq.gov / 505-768-3161
Shanna Schultz: smschultz@cabq.gov / 505-768-3185