CABQ Parking Enforcement, ABQ Journal, KOAT 7

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Watching issues created after: 2017-12-06

Cabq Parking Enforcement

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  • 1 Civic Plz Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87102, USA - Downtown

    I, as a native and citizen of the city of Albuquerque, county of Bernalillo and state of New Mexico hearby demand the full resignation of one Timothy M. Keller. Mr. Keller has failed to fulfill his duties and sworn promises to the people and citizens of Albuquerque.

    The past four years our city has been taken over by homeless, homeless camps, begging vagrants, fentanyl abuse and violent crime. 2022 is no different, in fact it's getting worse. 311 is inundated with complaints and calls, most of those requests have gone unheeded. Businesses are suffering, from big corporations to small mom & pop stores with shoplifting, broken windows, vagrancy and destruction of property. We have begged, pleaded and tried to be patient but we can no longer sit back and watch our city be devoured by violent crime and homeless drug addicts. An official petition for resignation will be available on social media in the coming days.

  • Albuquerque NM, USA - Downtown
    I got WRONG information from a 311 operator. I am having a serious problem with my neighbor. I called 311 to ask for City Mediation services. I was told there were no city mediation services available thru the city. Furthermore, I was told if I wanted mediation I would have to find someone and I would be responsible for the cost. I started to serach the internet and discovered The Community Mediation website through the City of Albuquerque. Services are provided free of charge. This isn't the first time I have gotten wrong information, but this is the most disturbing. This could have led to serious consequences to my safety by being given wrong information. My neighbor is explosive and worry what she will do next. I am in the process of asking for help through the city. Thank goodness for MY research.
  • 400 Marquette Ave Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87102, USA - Downtown

    Citizen: "Yes, I'd like to report a problem with garbage pick-up."
    311: "Sorry, Solid Waste doesn't handle that. Let's forward this problem to Zoning & Code Enforcement."
    Citizen: "But wait..."
    311: "Sorry, that's city policy." *Click*

    Citizen: "Yes, I'd like to report several homeless camps in my area."
    311: "Ok, let's forward that concern to Solid Waste."
    Citizen: "Wait, what?"
    311: "Sorry, that's city policy." *Click*

    Why do we not have a functioning city government? Why is there homeless everywhere? Why are there no officers on our streets? Why have you not addressed these issues you campaigned on? Why are there homeless vagrants at every intersection? Why is there broken windows at businesses who dare throw these bums off their property? Why isn't the city taking any type of responsibility? What's going on?

  • 101-199 Tijeras Ave Ne Albuquerque, NM, 87102, USA - Broadway Central

    I am submitting this inquiry to the CABQ 311 Hotline regarding the ongoing issues of trash and human feces under walking way/path along southside City's Convention Center; located on the one-way at Tijeras Ave., just west of Commercial Ave.
    Many State and local business employees in the vicinity utilize this walk way daily, not to mention of the many tourists who also use that walk way when park at the Convention Center Parking.
    Many of NMED Staff and myself have continuously called 311 Hotline to address our concerns, with no resolve.

    I as a long time Native of Albuquerque and an advocate of my home two write to you today to assert my concerns and kindly ask that you please have Planning and Zoning evaluate this particular area for the ownership and responsible parties for clean-u oa this area neglected. Please see the attached pictures.

    Thank you
    311 Hotmail Reference numbers per the complaints above:
    • 171205-000750
    • 190328-002064

  • 1 Civic Plz Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87102, USA - Downtown

    Citizen: "Yes, I'd like to report a problem with garbage pick-up."
    311: "Sorry, Solid Waste doesn't handle that. Let's forward this problem to Zoning & Code Enforcement."
    Citizen: "But wait..."
    311: "Sorry, that's city policy." *Click*

    Citizen: "Yes, I'd like to report several homeless camps in my area."
    311: "Ok, let's forward that concern to Solid Waste."
    Citizen: "Wait, what?"
    311: "Sorry, that's city policy." *Click*

    I am waiting for the day when I'm told by 911 operators that my emergency fire call will be forwarded to Water Utility Authority, since they are in charge of the water that will extinguish the fire. Sound stupid? It sure does but that's where we are headed with this administration. I can't say it is entirely your fault, it started with the Chavez Administration, then trickled down to Berry's (and his failure, ART) and now you who has exacerbated all of the problems we are currently facing. We are facing a crime wave of epic proportions, are homeless epidemic is invading the poorest communities to the richest parts of the foothills of Albuquerque and APD officers are rare and few. Surely you can't be bothered. We wouldn't want you to miss a photo op to make the sheeple of Albuquerque who were insistent on electing you for a second term happy right? Break-ins at city facilities, businesses making do with plywood to cover their windows in the latest vandalism attack, homeless zombies tweaked to the gills on fentanyl on every intersection begging for money, homeless emcampments overtaking the city like an infestation of rats. I am envisioning those same homeless zombies squatting at my residence next, I mean you took away power from APD to enforce the law against vagrancy, squatting, drug dealing and littering. So what's to stop them? You and the ACLU have made this city a steaming pile of garbage. These are words coming from a democrat who voted for you the first time but only out of force, there was a better candidate and while Manny Gonzales is no saint, at the very least he'd address some of the issues you campaigned on. We know politicians lie, it's part of the job but you're flat refusing to do anything. And where the hell is APD? Latest stats are we're down to 300+ officers. "Gee, I wonder why there is a rise in crime?" Albuquerque barely has any law enforcement!!! You cannot run an ever growing city like this, hell...you're not even running it at all. You're not even pretending to run it. Each department has shucked any kind of responsibility while E-Series management takes vacation weeks at a time, FMLA abusers putting the burden on already over-worked blue collar employees. Not filling positions because you want to save a buck while you're salivating on a soccer stadium. The city of Albuquerque doesn't deserve this, we were once a beautiful and thriving city, everyone happily doing their part and taking responsibility. What a shame, an absolute shame to see my beloved city become so "ghetto." The citizens don't deserve it either. We work hard. We want to be safe. We want our children to be safe. So either start doing what you promised or I am publically calling for your immediate resignation based on the fact that you have failed to fulfill your campaign promises.

    This will be forwarded to local media outlets and social media. You can dump this in "File 13" all you want, I'm not letting up until I see my city the way it should be. DO YOUR JOB!

    Signed,
    A Concerned Citizen

  • Other Archived
    Dr Martin Luther King Jr Ave Ne Albuquerque NM 87102, United States - Downtown

    Homeless encampment on the new ground-level railroad crossing before it has even opened. Sigh. This could have been predicted. Who will use this street to cross into downtown if we have to navigate yet another trashy scene.

    P.S. Please add a new Category in this "ABQ 311" app for "Homeless".

  • 1 Civic Plz Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87102, USA - Downtown

    Dear Mayor Keller and Members of City Council,

    There's no denying it, we have a major homeless problem and it is time to address it and seek solutions. Your first four years were a major failure along with inaction city council. We were constantly bombarded with the ART Project and that dreadful soccer stadium. Our tax dollars need to go to serving those less fortunate in our community as well. We need to start getting these people off of drugs (mainly fentanyl) and start them to being active members in our society. Letting them stand at intersections begging for money is not helping, it's only enabling their addictions. Albuquerque has acres of undeveloped city property that can be used to house the homeless, let's start building a few communities for them, let's start identifying them, addressing their health and needs. Let's get them out of business and commercial properties, let's get them out of alley ways and easements, especially arroyos. We need a plan of action and it has to happen now. We cannot wait another four years while our city becomes a wasteland of needles, trash and drugs. Whatever organization the city has implemented now is not working. We need 24 hour hotlines to get these people 24 hour help. 311 starts at 8 am, that doesn't work either. I implore you Mayor Keller, please do something. I implore every city council member to start a plan of action in their districts. We voted for you, don't let us down.

  • Union Square St Se & Gold Ave Se Albuquerque, NM, 87102, USA - Huning Highland Historic District

    Back in September 2019, a report was made concerning an unsafe, illegal sidewalk outside the Union Square Building Downtown. The report "closed" with the following "resolution":

    As per 311 - #190831-000165 an inspector assigned to visit site and report - Edgesoft racking #2019030519CSR

    Following up to answer the following, lingering questions: What did the inspector report? What is being done based on the inspector's report?

  • Other Archived
    312 Keleher Ave Nw Albuquerque NM 87102, United States - Downtown
    311 always has the answers,,,, my father passed 8/31/2021, still NO certificate of death, which is desperately needed! Who can I contact! Died at home, had an autopsy!
  • Mosquitos Archived
    5th St Nw Albuquerque, NM, 87102, USA - Downtown
    Mosquitos are out of control. Please spray. We are at Sanchez rd 87105. The portal did not let me put this address. Bernallio county web site said contact 311.
  • Other Archived
    400 Marquette Ave Nw Albuquerque NM 87102, United States - Downtown

    A multitude of RESIDENCE and BUSINESSES want to thank "311 ABQ" for THEIR diligence in helping US maintain a better community! Thank you Thank you Thank you. Good Job!
    concerned citizens

    👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽

  • 216 12th St Nw Albuquerque, NM 87102, USA - Downtown
    Our trash was not picked up on the schedule day which was Wednesday 1/15. I reported it to 311 on Thursday 1/16 and now it is Friday 1/17 and the trash has still NOT been picked up.