Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-12-07 00:19:04 –
Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – The fate of city money over $ 100 million is still in the air. Councilors Brooke Bassan and Clarissa Pena introduced a proposal using gross income tax to fund various projects. One focus was on projects that were already approved but needed more funding, such as the long-awaited Aquatic Center in North Domingo Baca Park.
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Others have worked on public safety such as renewals at major locations in the Albuquerque police station and homeless people, including extended services at the Gateway Center. Almost half of the $ 110 million was allocated to New Mexico United Stadium until voters refused in November.
On Monday, Bassan made a fervent plea to ask fellow councilors, claiming that her proposal would address why many voters opposed the stadium. This proposal was made with various support from the councilors. Some said they liked the idea, but others felt that more discussion was needed before investing money in the project.
The bill required the approval of seven of the nine councilors, but the proposal failed because only five were approved.
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