Mayor's $473M Budget

Watts, Jim
April 2006
Bond Buyer;4/11/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32358, p27
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The article reports that Albuquerque Mayor Martin Chávez has planned a 473 million dollars city budget for fiscal 2007. Various hearings and debates will concentrate on the proposed budget before the city council will approve the final version on May 22, 2006 The mayor's propositions include wage salary increase for permanent employees, funding for animal shelters and the launching of a senior citizen program in the city.


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