ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The Police Oversight Commission and a city budget with expanded hiring are going to be big deals at Albuquerque's City Council meeting Monday night.
Councilors Trudy Jones and Brad Winters are set to introduce a plan to suspend the commission until it's better evaluated.
But other commissioners don't like that idea and want town hall meetings for people to voice their opinions on how the POC could be better and be held more accountable.
And councilors are also expected to focus on jobs.
They're supposed to approve the city's budget for the next fiscal year including hiring dozens of people.
The jobs have been vacant for the past few years when the city was short money.
The jobs include everything from positions at the zoo to city hall.
The annual Holiday Shop and Stroll in OldTown is a New Mexican tradition. And here to tell us all about how you can go join in on the fun is James Dechamplon with the city of Albuquerque's Historic Old Town events.
The snow has fallen, the slopes are open and the skis and snowboards are a sliding! It's time to get your old gear ready to go or try out your new stuff. Jerry Shere and Lyndsi Johnson from Sport Systems is here with me.
The Toys for Tots campaign is coming into its final days of collecting and then distributing to the less fortunate kids around town. In the final push, a phone bank was held for people to donate monetarily and with any toys and Albuquerque…