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Another commonly used way to compare jurisdictions is by looking at how many employees that jurisdiction has relative to the population.

For simplicity, the population is often broken into groups, in this case one thousand persons. As you can see below, Bernalillo County’s workforce size compares favorably with counties in our region. Keep in mind again that the number of employees it takes to operate a county government is directly related to the types of services that government provides, which varies from county to county. The City of Albuquerque is included in this graph for information only, as cities and counties can vary significantly in the types of services they deliver to their residents.  


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    • See flier for details.
      Location:
      Los Padillas Community Center, 2117 Los Padillas SW
      Time:
      4/4/2020 9:00 AM - 4/4/2020 10:00 AM

    • Art Along the Rio Grande: Experience Nature Through the Artists' Lens is a visual exploration of the ecological and cultural richness of the South Valley’s Valle de Oro Wildlife Refuge. The exhibit is a joint project of the Refuge, Gutiérrez Hubbell House, Friends of Valle de Oro, Hubbell House Alliance, and Bernalillo County Public Art. Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge is the Southwest’s first urban refuge, located in the South Valley, just a few miles south of downtown Albuquerque. The refuge is in the process of restoring a former dairy farm back to a mosaic of native New Mexico habitats in order to provide an oasis for wildlife as well as an abundance of education and recreation opportunities for the community. The exhibit showcases the work of local artists in diverse mediums. For the past 7 years, photographers of all ages and skill levels have been invited to participate in an annual photo contest hosted by the refuge, to capture images of the refuge's wildlife, landscapes and people. This exhibit will feature the winning images from the 2019 photo contest, highlighting the refuge this past year as it begins restoration. Sketches and images from the Fall 2019 field mural project featuring 5 women muralists will be on display at GHH. The murals can still be seen at the Refuge, while sketches, photos, and other works reflect the goals and processes of the artists. Artwork by local Artist Wren Walraven, will also be featured. Wren’s artwork content comes from her personal experiences with wildlife, her passion for those animals and the magical desert scenery. Join us in this celebration of the South Valley’s environmental beauty, creativity, and community connections.
      Location:
      Gutierrez-Hubbell House, 6029 Isleta Blvd. SW
      Time:
      4/4/2020 10:00 AM - 4/4/2020 2:00 PM

    • For ages 2-6 years old. Call Cynthia Maestas at (505) 573-8602 for more information.
      Location:
      Westside Community Center, 1250 Isleta Blvd. SW
      Time:
      4/4/2020 10:00 AM - 4/4/2020 11:00 AM

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