ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - City councilors are also scheduled to consider spending almost $1 million on new life support systems for fire trucks, which would eventually allow the department to significantly reduce response times.
Mayor R.J. Berry announced the plan last week.
Expanding the number of advanced life support systems on board fire trucks would allow AFD to split paramedic teams between fire trucks and rescue units, doubling the amount of AFD units capable of responding with paramedics.
According to the city, the changes would cut response times by 17-percent and possibly save lives.
If you're looking for something fun to do with the kids this weekend, or if you just want to get into the holiday spirit yourself, head out the Anderson Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum.
This is something I would have wanted to do as a kid during my winter break: Destination Moon Camp! Here to tell us all about this is Michelle Watkins with the Challenger Learning Center New Mexico.
Dinner rolls are a wonderful compliment to those holiday dishes, and shaping dough is quite easy.