Browsing Archive: December, 2009

Albuquerque Police Department uses Twitter to share real-time information

Posted by UHA on Monday, December 21, 2009, In : Police 
The Albuquerque Police Department recently started using the popular social media site to share information with the public. Now if you use Twitter you can follow abqpolice and get live updates from APD.

Below is an example of some of the information recently posted to APD's Twitter account. APD posts about current police activity, accidents, traffic situations and other useful information for citizens.

Even if you are not a Twitter user you can go view posts from APD on Twitter ...
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Silver Avenue Closed temporarily December 9th for "Breaking Bad" filming.

Posted by UHA Association on Tuesday, December 8, 2009, In : Film Crews 
Occasionally film crews working in the neighborhood may mean intermittent traffic control (film staff directing or temporarily halting traffic) temporary street closures or detours. We hope you will bear with us and support the film industry which serves both as a source of income for New Mexico and our neighborhood, and as a showcase for Albuquerque.

One production that films in the UHA fairly regularly is the emmy award-winning AMC television drama Breaking Bad. If you watch the show regula...
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Wintertime Water Watch: Shut Down Sprinklers, Prepare Pipes

Posted by UHA on Wednesday, December 2, 2009, In : Home Hints 
The following information is provided by the City of Albuquerque and the Bernalillo County Water Authority:

,  Dec. 2 – With the National Weather Service predicting low temperatures in the teens in Albuquerque this week, the Water Authority reminds its customers that it’s time to shut down sprinkler systems for the winter and to prepare household water pipes for cold weather. During severe cold snaps, Water Authority operators take as many as 200 calls per day from people ...
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