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Tom Zdunek has served as County Manager, the county’s chief administrative officer, since February 2011, when he was appointed in an acting capacity until he was formerly appointed by the Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners on September 6, 2011. 

As County Manager, Tom has worked diligently to advance the Board’s priorities to include implementing performance management and indicators, enhancing customer service and promoting fiscal awareness and responsibility. Tom dedicates himself to maintaining the highest level of integrity and ethics. His leadership style is one of openness, engaging others in the decision-making process and affording responsibility to those who are both willing and capable.

Tom, originally from Toledo, Ohio, graduated from Sandia High School in Albuquerque and later earned a Master of Business Administration degree (with distinction) from the University of Phoenix in 1989. He worked in the private sector for Mountain Bell, which evolved into Qwest, in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, for 32 years before joining the county in 2002 as director of its Facility and Fleet Management Department. There, he supervised some 120 employees and oversaw a budget of nearly $20 million.

In 2008, Tom was promoted to deputy county manager of the Public Works Division, which included his former department—Facility and Fleet Management—and added Maintenance & Operations, Planning & Development, Solid Waste, and Technical Services.

Tom has been happily married for over 40 years and has “two wonderful daughters, two great sons-in-law, and four terrific granddaughters.” When he’s not at the office, he enjoys spending as much time as he can with his family. He loves the outdoors and especially looks forward to taking walks in an open space area near his home. “Working out” is also a favorite activity Tom enjoys.

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    Raymond G. Sanchez Comunity Center

  • NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BERNALILLO COUNTY COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION & BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT HEARING TO ALL CITIZENS AND PARTIES IN INTEREST: Notice is hereby given that the County Planning Commission and the Board of Adjustment will hold a public hearing at the City/County Building, Vincent E. Griego Chambers, Concourse Level Two, One Civic Plaza NW, on Wednesday, August 5, 2015 at 9:00 A.M. for the purpose of considering the following requests: DEFERRAL CZ2015-0008 Kirk Douglas, agent for Fig Street LLC, requests a zone map amendment from A-1 to M-1 on Tract 120, Town of Atrisco Grant Row 1, Unit located at 13300 I-40 West Central zoned A-1 with a with a Special Use Permit for a Truck/Trailer Sales and Maintenance Facility and containing and approximately 4.02 acres. (L-6)(DEFERRED FROM THE MAY 6, 2015 HEARING) CONTINUANCE CSU2015-0010 Charles D. Montoya requests approval of a Special Use Permit for a Specific use for a Mobile Home and a Single Family Dwelling on Tract 101 L2A1, located at 3135 Leo Road SW, zoned M-H and containing approximately .09 acres. (M-11) (DEFERRED FROM THE JULY 1, 2015 HEARING) BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT BA2015-0009/ ZA2015-0046 Marlene Flor appeals the Zoning Administrator’s decision to approve an accessory structure in excess of 600 sq. ft. (990 sq. ft. Art Studio, Study & Music room) on Lot 9, Sandia Heights South, located at 9 Juniper Hill Rd. NE, zoned R-1, containing approximately .57 acres. (Original Request submitted by Scott & Laura McIndoo) (C-23) NEW REQUESTS CSU2015-0013 Tony and Ruby Sena agent for Cedro Blanco Development LLC., request approval of a Special Use Permit for Mining & Processing (adobe-making) on Section 33 T9N R2E in the SW¼ SE¼ SE¼ and Section 34 T9N R2E SW¼ SW¼ SW¼, located on the north side of Los Padillas Road SW approximately 1 mile west of Coors Boulevard SW, zoned A-1, containing approximately 27 acres. (T-9) CSU2015-0014 David J. Engelman and Sharon L. Marks request approval of a Special Use Permit for a Specific Use for Outdoor Storage of Recreational Vehicles, Boats and Mini Storage for Household Goods and a Single Family Dwelling containing an Office for an on-site Manager on Lots 1 and 2A Petes Half Breed subdivision, located at 12548 and 12540A North Highway 14, zoned C-1 and containing approximately 2.8 Acres. (D-31) OTHER MATTERS **All correspondence and documents covering matters before the Commission must be submitted by 12:00 noon, eight (8) calendar days prior to the public hearing on that matter. The Commission may vote to waive this requirement if they determine that the material is necessary to make an informed decision on the matter. Correspondence may be emailed to zoning@bernco.gov or mailed to 111 Union Square Street SE Suite 100, Albuquerque, NM 87102 ATTN: Enrico Gradi. Una aplicacion que puede afectar su propiedad ha sido sometida en la oficina de la Zona, Construccion y Planificacion. Una flecha al rededor significa el caso en esta carta. El dia, tiempo, y el lugar para la junta esta escrito en la forma, 111 Union Square Street SE, Suite 100, (505) 314-0350. Es necesario que usted traiga un interprete si no habla ingles o para mas informacion llame a Miriam Aguilar al 314-0369 TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL ON SUNDAY JULY 19, 2015
    Vincent E. Griego Chambers
    One Civic Plaza NW
    Albuquerque, NM

  • Pickleball is not offered during the months of June and July Pickleball is a sport in which two, three, or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, similar to a wiffle ball, over a net. The sport shares features of other racquet sports, the dimensions and layout of a badminton court, and a net and rules similar to tennis, with a few modifications. Pickleball was invented in the mid-1960s as a children’s backyard pastime but quickly became popular among adults as a fun game for players of all levels.
    Raymond G. Sanchez Community Center

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