City of Albuquerque
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File #: EC-21-460   
Type: Executive Communication Status: In Council - Consent Agenda
File created: 11/3/2021 In control: Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee
Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Mayor's appointment of Mrs. Jana Lynne Pfeiffer to the Environmental Planning Commission
Attachments: 1. EC-460
Date Action ByActionResultAction Details
11/15/2021 City Council Received  Action details
11/10/2021 Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee PostponedPass Action details
11/10/2021 Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee Sent to Council with a recommendation of Be ConfirmedFail Action details
11/10/2021 Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee Sent to Council Without RecommendationFail Action details
11/3/2021 City Council Received and Referred  Action details
11/3/2021 President Referred  Action details


INTER-OFFICE MEMORANDUM October 25, 2021

TO: Cynthia D. Borrego, President, City Council

FROM: Timothy M. Keller, Mayor

SUBJECT: title
Mayor's appointment of Mrs. Jana Lynne Pfeiffer to the Environmental Planning Commission
body

I am submitting for your advice and consent the following name for appointment to the
Environmental Planning Commission in accordance with the City of Albuquerque Ordinance
14-13-3-1.

APPOINTEE NAME TERM
Mrs. Jana Lynne Pfeiffer January 1, 2024
Albuquerque, NM 87120


Jana Pfeiffer (Dine') is originally from Cahone Mesa, Utah and is a citizen of the Navajo Nation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from UNM in Native American Studies with a minor in Women Studies. She has served as the Taskforce Coordinator for the Human Trafficking Unit for the NM Office of the Attorney General, and is passionate about social justice issues in NM's tribal communities and public safety for Native American women and children. She sits on the NM Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Taskforce, an executive order signed by Gov. Lujan Grisham.

Mrs. Pfeiffer is also passionate about environmental justice issues. In 2018, she was selected by her tribal community to articulate and process the public land use within the Bears Ears Monument, Utah. Mrs. Pfeiffer understands the importance of advocacy and education when it comes to the environment, the rights of community members and issues of public safety and tribal communities.

Mrs. Pfeiffer will serve as the District 1 representative on the Commission. Her first term will expire January 1, 2024.


The remaining members are:







Representing Name Term

1. Council District 1 Vacant 01/01/2021
2. Council District 2 Mr. Richard N. Meadows 01/01/2024
3. Council District 3 Mr. ...

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