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Category: Local News

Affordability index ranks ABQ metro midpack

Affordability index ranks ABQ metro midpack

By Richard Metcalf / ABQ Journal Staff Writer

The single-family housing market is close to evenly balanced when measured for affordability against other metros around…


Debate will air pros and cons of proposed $80M bus rapid transit system

Debate will air pros and cons of proposed $80M bus rapid transit system

By D'Val Westphal / Of the Journal

As the city of Albuquerque applies for $80 million in federal money to build a bus rapid transit…


City water fines, and water, down the drain

City water fines, and water, down the drain

By D'Val Westphal / Of the Journal

Albuquerque taxpayers have poured $470,680 down the drain in the past five years.

Literally.

That’s how much the…


City Council candidates debate Albuquerque job growth, rapid transit

City Council candidates debate Albuquerque job growth, rapid transit

By Stephanie Guzman, reporter for Albuquerque Business First

While they agreed on updating the city’s comprehensive plan and the importance of creating more…


New Mexico True Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail named number 1 food trail in the country

New Mexico True Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail named number 1 food trail in the country

The New Mexico Tourism Department announced today that its New Mexico True Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail has been honored with the top spot in the…


ABC- Z: Albuquerque’s effort to update the growth plan and zoning code

ABC- Z: Albuquerque’s effort to update the growth plan and zoning code

Albuquerque and Bernalillo County’s land-use policies are a hodge-podge of ordinances that differ from block to block, making it difficult for developers to plan projects…


More Albuquerque commuters are leaving their car keys at home

More Albuquerque commuters are leaving their car keys at home

By Mike English, Assistant Editor of Albuquerque Business First

Albuquerque drivers are ditching their cars at a pace that puts them at the front end…


Owner of Rio Rancho’s Mariposa says development poised for a comeback

Owner of Rio Rancho’s Mariposa says development poised for a comeback

By Stepahnie Guzman, Reporter for Albuquerque Business First

Last year, the Scottsdale-based real estate investment and development firm Harvard Investments bought Rio Rancho's 1,600-acre master-planned community Mariposa.…


ABQ a top-100 city in U.S. for starting a career

ABQ a top-100 city in U.S. for starting a career

By Mike English, Assistant Editor of Albuquerque Business First:

Albuquerque is climbing the ranks as a city to start a career in, according to…

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