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Author Archives: Albuquerque Journal Editorial Board

Editorial: A rolling APS contract flunks accountability test

In a system like public K-12 education that is currently undergoing major reforms intended to improve dismal student outcomes, it is essential that those who are held accountable by the public have both the ability to demand outcomes from the leader they hire and the flexibility to make necessary adjustments if they don’t get them.

Editorial: City needs to ensure there are rules at The Cottages

The motto at The Cottages, a housing complex just three miles south of the University of New Mexico main campus, might be “your house; your rules,” but the reality since it opened just 13 days ago is there are no rules – until the cops show up.

Editorial: 4 of 5 PRC members don’t get public accountability

If you were a public servant entrusted with ensuring that New Mexico utilities and ratepayers get a fair deal, and you found out that instead of investigating a whistleblower’s allegations of Internet porn surfing at your place of employment your staff investigated the whistleblower, then tucked the investigation away in a horse trailer, then was fined $25,000, would you:

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