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Community Input Welcome for Future of North Golf Course Urban Open Space Community meeting Wednesday, Dec. 7

12/02/2016

UNM North Golf CourseBernalillo County – Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins invites the community to learn more about future improvements and plans for the UNM North Golf Course Urban Open Space this Wednesday, Dec. 7.

Consultants will present updates to the Master Plan including potential upgrades for the trail, landscaping, fencing and urban forest.

Also, the university is in the final stages of completing a water conservation project that will save as much as 14 million gallons of water per year by reusing water from a major campus utilities plant to help irrigate the golf course. 

The community is welcome to review project plans and visit the pipeline and reservoir where the water will be recycled. The project is funded by the New Mexico Legislature.

Details are listed below.

Who: Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins, North Campus Neighborhood Association, University of New Mexico and BernCo Parks and Recreation

What: Community updates on the future of the UNM North Golf Course Urban Open Space

When: Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016, 4 – 7 p.m.

Where: Bernalillo County Office of Health and Social Services, Former Stanford Health Clinic Building, 1111 Stanford Drive NE, Albuquerque.

Comments and suggestions can also be submitted to county planner John Barney at jcbarney@bernco.gov, or by calling (505) 314-0404.

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