Mayor promotes the impression of the ECHO program in downtown Albuquerque

“It covers everything that happens downtown,” said Danielle Lowry, who directs the Turquoise Museum in downtown Albuquerque.

The program resulted in 60 community meetings that were attended by more than 2,000 people.

“We have a case every time we meet, and that case happened downtown,” Lowry said. “Be it a trespass or abandoned cars, people leaving personal belongings on your property.”

While the pandemic problems persist and the crime crisis persists, Lowry is still very grateful for the ECHO program.

Following the success of the program, Keller said it could be rolled out to Nob Hill.

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