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AANM COVID-19 Update We hope everyone is healthy and safe during this time of crisis. The Apartment Association of New Mexico has been closely...

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“This week, our members have raised questions and concerns regarding the coronavirus. Our President, Bobby Griffith, received this information...

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Coming soon to a mail box near you! APS is requesting an increase in property taxes to support 3 requested measures on an upcoming ballot vote. The...

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RSVP for Mayor Keller's Town Hall on APD Transformation Join the Mayor, APD Chief, Independent Monitor and the U.S. DOJ for an update and...

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Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico is proud to announce the implementation of a new housing program, Casita Bonita. The program is a U.S....

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The “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” Congress enacted in 2017 included a provision creating Opportunity Zones. The Opportunity Zone program is...

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What do you want to see your Albuquerque Police Department (APD) prioritize? What does a successful APD look like to you? APD has determined that it...

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On September 14th, AANM members across the state set out to make history. In an inaugural event, AANM Volunteer Day was a huge success. Not just in...

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NM unemployment drops to 5.1 percent By ABQJournal News Staff Friday, June 15th, 2018 at 2:09pm Original Source: ABQ Journal

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Albuquerque has a reputation of being a city with a low cost of living, but its low wages also help put housing out of reach for many...

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Joe Ditzler reports: “Santa Fe residents earning the minimum wage will spend more than half their pay renting a one bedroom apartment, if they...

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