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    Get the Latest on the Santolina Development

    Click here for the latest news on the approved Santolina development west of Albuquerque.
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    Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners
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    Full information on the Board of County Commissioners, or on the links below for specific topics.

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    Information on speaking at a meeting.

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    (Updated Nov. 27, 2017)

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    Governing Bodies with Commissioner Participation
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    A joint county/city commission that meets for the purpose of discussing topics of common interest, long-range goals, community needs and other items as requested.

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    Oversees all issues relating to the provision of water and sewer services in Bernalillo County. The Authority was created by the state Legislature in 2003.

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    The regional and metropolitan planning organization for Central New Mexico. Twenty-one local governments are members of MRCOG; county commissioners serve on the Board of Directors, Executive Board, Metropolitan Transportation Board, Middle Rio Grande Water Resources Board, Transportation Management Area Committee, Rio Metro Transit District Board and Workforce Connection of Central New Mexico.

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    A joint partnership agreement with Albuquerque Public Schools, the City of Albuquerque, and the Albuquerque Business Education Compact. Its purpose is to increase parent involvement, student academic achievement and overall quality of life through the creation and support of cooperative and collaborative working relationships with the schools and the business community, social service agencies, government agencies, faith-based organizations, civic groups, neighborhood associations and post-secondary institutions.

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    Each of the five county commissioners are on this Tax Increment Development District Board, and each TIDD constitutes a political subdivision of the state of New Mexico.

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    A private, non-profit organization whose mission it is to recruit business and industry and help local companies grow in order to generate quality job opportunities in the Albuquerque metro area.

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    Organized to promote economic development, to enhance economic opportunities, and to provide business and workforce education with an emphasis on the Hispanic and small business community in Albuquerque and New Mexico.

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    Innovate ABQ, Inc. was established by the Board of Regents of UNM in late 2014 as a non-profit, 501 (c) 3 corporation under the aegis of the New Mexico University Research Park and Economic Development Act. The corporation is currently governed by an 11-person Board of Directors, and has assumed ownership of the Core Site that initially was purchased with funding provided by UNM, the City of Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, Nusenda Credit Union and U.S. Economic Development Administration through STC.UNM. Innovate ABQ is being developed as a premier Downtown innovation district for researchers, inventors and entrepreneurs. This new entrepreneurial hub will be anchored by a core research and business incubation site at Central and Broadway.

    Boards and Commissions Staffed by Bernalillo County Employees
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    For overall information on the county’s volunteer boards and commissions, please contact Connie Gilman, One Civic Plaza NW, Suite 10111, Albuquerque, NM 87102, (505) 468-7004.

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