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Maggie Hart Stebbins has served on the Bernalillo County Commission since May 2009, representing the District 3 neighborhoods she has called home for more than 50 years. 

Maggie Hart Stebbins

In her seven and a half years on the commission, Commissioner Hart Stebbins has focused on ethics reform; expanding local economic opportunities through responsible job creation; feeding hungry children; improving access to mental health and substance use treatment services; supporting at-risk students and their families through the ABC Community School Partnership; protecting Bernalillo County’s great open spaces including the county’s first urban open space at the UNM North Golf Course; increasing the county minimum wage; and working to make sure men and women receive equal pay for equal work.

As a member of the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority Board, she is committed to protecting our precious groundwater resources. She led early efforts to remediate the Bulk Fuels Facility jet fuel spill at Kirtland Air Force Base and sponsored county policies to reduce nitrate contamination from leaking septic systems.

Commissioner Hart Stebbins has always been willing to listen to county residents and respond to their needs. She invests the time necessary to study and thoughtfully evaluate all issues that come before the commission to make sure that taxpayers are getting the services and outcomes they deserve. She and her husband, Eric, are raising their family in District 3.

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  • Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins would like to invite you to her next monthly neighborhood luncheon on Wednesday, June 27 from noon to 1 p.m. at Keshet Dance & Center for the Arts, 4121 Cutler Ave. NE. Please note the new location and date! Our speaker in June will be Natalie Donnelly, Community Food Projects Manager ~ Presbyterian Center for Community Health. The Presbyterian Center for Community Health focuses on three priorities for keeping our community healthy ~ healthy eating, active living and prevention of unhealthy substance abuse. Natalie will discuss the many programs ~ including: Light the District, Healthy Here Mobile Farmers’ Market, SNAP Double Up Food Bucks, WIC & Senior Nutrition Programs, Prescription Trails ~ that Community Health supports. She will also discuss the Albuquerque food desert and how the community farmers’ markets contribute to the local economy. Before or after the luncheon, please take the time to see how Keshet has grown and thrived over the years. Also walk around this neighborhood and see how it is becoming a mid-heights destination site. This is a Brown Bag Luncheon – you bring a sandwich and we will provide the beverages. An RSVP to jhartley@bernco.gov is appreciated.
    Location:
    Keshet Dance & Center for the Arts, 4121 Cutler NE
    Time:
    6/27/2018 12:00 PM

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