On Nov. 26, the state Auditor’s Office released findings alleging that the Bernalillo County Treasurer’s Office violated state law and county investment policies.
“The state Auditor’s Office allegations are disturbing and must be taken seriously in order to address the issues that have been raised over the last several months, says Commission Vice Chair Debbie O’Malley.
District 1 Commissioner Debbie O’Malley is very supportive of the performing arts.
She cordially invites you to attend this performance of The Nutcracker in the Land of Enchantment at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
Please see the flyer below for details.
Bernalillo County Commission Vice Chair Debbie O'Malley, Commissioner Art De La Cruz, and Albuquerque City Council Vice-President Ken Sanchez joined members of the Albuquerque Area Fire Fighters Random Acts, and Fire Chiefs from Bernalillo County and Albuquerque Fire Departments, to receive 21 handmade quilts from the Jemez Mountains Bear Paw Quilt Guild.
Ribbon-cutting ceremonies will be held for the new Los Duranes Community Center on Saturday, Oct. 26 and former city councilor and current Bernalillo County Commissioner Debbie O’Malley is sending out congratulations to the community.
“We worked hard together to get the $5 million funding for this new community center on the 2009 general obligation bond package, and $850,000 in 2011, which was passed overwhelmingly by the voters,” says Commission Vice Chair Debbie O’Malley.
Commission Vice Chair Debbie O’Malley is considering asking the Board of County Commissioners for a “no confidence” vote on Bernalillo County Treasurer Manny Ortiz.
“The treasurer is demonstrating a lack of urgency in dealing with an emergency situation regarding the county’s investments and the potential for greater losses from having to prematurely sell investments to cover county expenses and obligations," says Vice Chair O’Malley.
Commissioners Debbie O’Malley and Maggie Hart Stebbins today announced Bernalillo County will require vendors doing business with the county to disclose pay equity information, or pay gaps between what men and women are paid for doing the same work.
The county will provide worksheet templates to assist contractors in producing pay equity disclosure reports necessary for reporting percentage differences between pay for women and men working in the same job categories.
Individual names and pay amounts will not be collected. The forms and procedures are currently being developed by county staff and will take effect later this year.
Bernalillo County Commissioners voted four to one on Tuesday to adopt an ordinance that will prohibit picketing that’s focused on a single household in the residential areas of unincorporated Bernalillo County.
The decision mirrors a similar ordinance that has been in force in the City of Albuquerque for a number of years.
“With the passage of this ordinance, people who live in Bernalillo County have the same protections enjoyed by residents of Albuquerque,” says Commission Chair Maggie Hart Stebbins. “All county residents have the right to feel safe and secure in their own homes.”
Commission Vice Chair Debbie O’Malley today pledged her support for a new customer service and technical support center operated by Canon Information Technology Services, Inc. The company announced its plans to bring 150 jobs to Albuquerque at a news conference with state and local officials earlier today.
Commissioner Debbie O’Malley invites the community to celebrate the Spirit of the North Valley – Fiesta de Alameda celebration this Saturday at Raymond G. Sanchez Community Center. This free community event is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and features seven food trucks, a growers market, a car show, free games for kids and live music by local bands Red Wine and Paul Pino. The event also features a chilé cookoff and a pastelito, or dessert, contest.
Commissioner Debbie O'Malley invites you to attend "An Evening with the New Mexico Philharmonic", a FREE concert on Sept. 20, 7 p.m., at Susie Rayos Marmon Elementary School.