International District


International District

For people living in the core area of the International District. Between San Mateo and Wyoming and between Gibson and Lomas.

Members: 41
Latest Activity: Feb 10, 2014

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Comment by Tim Keller on May 25, 2012 at 6:27pm

Memorial Day and Voting Information Update

-          Primary Early Voting Has Started:  Our area has two locations where you can vote early (SW corner of Central and Juan Tabo behind the Dollar Store, and in Siesta Hills Shopping Center on Gibson across from the old Lovelace) you can vote at any location up until June 2nd from 8AM to 8PM.  A full listing of hours and locations is at

-          Primary Absentee Voting:  absentee ballots are being mailed and can be returned by mail, at the early voting locations or on election day polling locations.  See for questions

-          Primary Election Day, June 5th,  Locations Have CHANGED:  State law has changed to enable voting at any location our county. This means we can vote any one of the early and same day locations around the city.  However, some of the locations have changed, so your standard location might not have voting services available anymore.  Voting locations in our area for both the Primary and General Election are (address and maps here

  • Hayes Middle School
  • Manzano Mesa Elementary
  • Manzano High School
  • Kennedy Middle School
  • Highland High School
  • Van Buren Middle School
  • The State Fair Grounds (enter from San Pedro)
  • Siesta Hills Shopping Center
  • Central and Juan Tabo

-          Memorial Day Ceremony:  Each year the own beautiful Veterans Memorial in our district (on Louisiana just North of Gibson) puts on a powerful ceremony honoring those who have served our country in the armed services. Musical tribute starts at 9AM and ceremony begins at 10AM.  This is a meaningful way to start to Memorial Day and the summer. The event is free and open to the public, hope to see you there.

Comment by Tim Keller on June 11, 2012 at 8:12am

really enjoying our awesome new restaurant in the International District, frito pie, posole year round, breakfast burritos and more, check it out. 

Comment by Charlie Bennett on January 18, 2013 at 4:50pm

Former NM Regulation & Licensing, Alcohol & Gaming Division Director now represents the industry who it was once his responsibility to regulate.
Steven Reinhard, who is the most recent resignee of New Mexico's Alcohol & Gaming Division can be found these days representing this holder of most of this state's dispenser liquor licenses. Currently, he represents Western Refining Southwest, Inc. in an Albuquerque Planning Department Zoning application that is opposed, not only by the neighborhood that he resides in but many other neighborhoods nearby and adjacent to a fuel and convenience store owned buy Western at the intersection of Lomas and Louisiana Boulevards.
Reinhart seemed proud of his cozy relationship with Western during his tenure at Alcohol & Gaming when he bolstered his client's reputation as a good player during the January 15 Zoning hearing before hearing examiner Joshua Skarsgard. Skarsgard agreed to the request of neighborhood opponents for a deferral of the hearing due to the applicant's absence of required posting of public notice at their property 15 days prior to this hearing. The hearing is deferred to February 19 at 9:00 AM and is predicted by Skarsgard to be followed by many appeals.


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