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January 31, 2020 – The city of Albuquerque reached an agreement with two “nuisance” convenience stores. They’ll stop selling mini- and pint-sized bottles of alcohol, train their staff more thoroughly about not selling to persons who are intoxicated, and provide better clean-up and security.  Good for the neighborhood, or just pushing problem down the road?…

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January 6, 2017 – Revenue bonds make most people’s eyes glaze over, but Dan McKay’s story this week in the Albuquerque Journal offered fresh insights on the issue and highlighted the importance of paying attention to how the city is using these bonds to fund projects. Read the full story: Revenue bonds allow city to…

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