ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – CNM is hoping voters approve a multi-million dollar bond for upgrades across its campus. The $84 million would go to improving the busiest building on the main campus, Max Salazar Hall.
Other changes would include the installation of safety and wayfinding signs to create a safer environment for students and staff.
Right now, homeowners in the school’s district who have houses worth $200,000 pay about $35 a year on property tax. The bond would bump that up to just over $64.
The last day to vote is January 30th