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Homelessness in Albuquerque – video update

Todd Clarke @ December 14, 2011 # Comments Off on Homelessness in Albuquerque – video update

We have been following Albuquerque’s homeless story for quite a while. This video update was recently featured at the City of Albuquerque’s state of the city speech. Robert Nelson at Metropolitan Homelessness Projected shared this update with us: “Greetings! I just wanted to write and share a new video that the city produced for the […]

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Who opposes development?

Todd Clarke @ September 26, 2011 # Comments Off on Who opposes development?

As always, I am astounded at the amount of information available on the internet. Recent case and point – fellow Twitter, Patrick Fox @pffox send me a link to the New Saint Index , which tracks opposition to real estate projects. What an amazing resource! While landfills and casinos continue to be unpopular with neighborhoods, […]

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First responses from 2011 Census of homeless – in ABQ they are finding housing.

Todd Clarke @ May 11, 2011 # Comments Off on First responses from 2011 Census of homeless – in ABQ they are finding housing.

An update from our from the Albuquerque Heading Home homeless survey we helped with earlier this year. This article at 100k homes indicates that the first 15 homeless people from that survey have found housing – kudos to the Mayor and the folks at Albuquerque Heading Home for making this happen!

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Do you procrastinate?

Todd Clarke @ February 4, 2009 # Comments Off on Do you procrastinate?

It’s true, many of us suffer from this disease- it is amazing – as a deadline approaches, so many of us end up giving the dog a bath, cleaning the house, filing paperwork, just about anything to keep us from focusing on the work at hand. My wife, Kahleetah, and I think Sponge Bob typifies […]

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