Resolution would name fire station in honor former city councilor

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The City of Albuquerque is looking to honor the late City Councilor Ken Sanchez by naming a fire station after him.

Sanchez served Albuquerque’s West Side on the city council for 14 years before passing away on New Year’s Day following a medical episode. Now, two city councilors are introducing a resolution to name the fire station off Central and 57th the Ken Sanchez Fire Station 7.

Sanchez was instrumental in securing funding to acquire the land for construction of that station which opened back in 2012. City Council is expected to vote on the resolution this week.

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