Information from Councilor Borrego

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Councilor Borrego would like to share the following information:

Firstly, the administration is circulating a survey to gauge the public’s preferences for the proposed APD Community Safety Department.  It can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ABQACS 

From David Chené, Civic Engagement Manager | Mayor’s Office
 We are pleased to announce that we will be extending the One Albuquerque Fund and NM Corporate Volunteer Council school supply drive until Friday, August 14th.   We are half way to meeting our goal of raising $10,000.  You can help us reach our goal by donating today!
 DONATE HERE (https://one-albuquerque-fund.snwbll.com/aps-school-supply-drive)
Thank you for supporting Albuquerque’s youth, teachers and families during this difficult time. 
For more information, contact David Chené, Civic Engagement Manager- dchene@cabq.gov, 505-768-3054.

APD Valley Command’s July newsletter offers information regarding the COVID-19 stimulus payments sent out by the U.S. Treasury earlier this year.  The information is in a concise, and very clear format. 

Thank you for your attention to these matters effecting our great City and District 5.

Updated Corona Virus Information and Resources

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Other Resources:

  • If you are in an unsafe environment due to domestic violence, contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-SAFE (7233).
  • For information on Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, click here albuquerqueaa.org, or contact 505-266-1900
  • The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line has counselors available 24/7  at 855-662-7474
  • The Child Abuse Hotline can be reached at 505-841-6100
  • For Adult Protective Services, call 505-476-4912
  • The Agora Center is available at 505-277-3013
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Covid-19 Message from our HOA Board

We hope that this note finds everyone well during this surreal time of COVID-19. We understand that many in our community are being affected by the efforts of the city, state and federal government to contain the spread of the COVID-19 Virus. The HOA is taking actions to ease the stress of our community in the small way that we can. We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone.

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