Albuquerque mayor asks for state help to improve city’s welfare

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Mayor Tim Keller is asking the state for more money to improve Albuquerque’s overall welfare. 

According to the Albuquerque Journal, Mayor Keller says the city has not received significant capital funding since 2012.

With the state capital budget larger than in years past. The city is asking with what it calls its top four “statewide priorities” which include combatting crime and homelessness.

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