ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Tuesday night’s post-trump rally mayhem was, in the words of one downtown developer, “disheartening.”
At the Imperial Building, where downtown’s first grocery store hopes to open in July a window was broken, graffiti was splashed on the walls and landscaping was damaged.
The mayor blames a few violent vandals.
The building is also home to about 60 affordable housing apartments.
The owner figures the damage total at a couple thousand dollars.
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