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It will soon be possible to once again borrow a bestseller from the library or watch polar bears swim at the zoo.
About two months after Albuquerque halted most nonessential public services, city leaders say they will bring a few of them back now that Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is relaxing certain restrictions implemented in March to combat COVID-19.
As part of a “Phase 1” reopening plan, Albuquerque will reopen its office buildings and some outdoor recreation facilities – such as the shooting range and racket-sport venues – next week. By early June, the city plans to reopen portions of the ABQ BioPark and restart service at libraries.