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City council invites citizens to discuss APD, public safety

Updated: 04/07/2014 3:01 PM | Created: 04/06/2014 10:10 PM
By: Caleb James, KOB Eyewitness News 4

The Albuquerque City Council is clearing its schedule to discuss public safety issues during its Monday night meeting. 

Council president Ken Sanchez said he wants anyone who has something to say to the council to have the opportunity to do so. 

Here's your 4 Facts about Monday's council meeting.

- Begins at 5 p.m. 

- At the city council chambers at One Civic Plaza -- that's city hall in downtown Albuquerque. 

- Many groups and individuals are planning to attend -- arrive early for parking and seating as the chambers can only hold 241 people. The city will be setting up 60" TVs on the east end of Civic Plaza for the remainder of the crowd.

- Keep in mind you must sign up if you want to speak in front of the council. If necessary, the council will hold a second meeting for people who sign up but do not get to speak Monday evening.


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