Bob Perls, Village Administrator

The Village Administrator is appointed by the Mayor and oversees all day-to-day aspects of the Village of Los Ranchos including the Public Safety Department, the Planning and Zoning Department, Accounting Department, Code Enforcement Division, Animal Control Department, and Parks and Streets. The Administrator is responsible for the enforcement, supervision and administrative control of the Village, manages day-to-day operations of the Village's Executive Branch, legislative bills, special Village requests, personnel matters, and contracts. Email Bob at bperls@losranchosnm.gov

Los Ranchos Mayor Don Lopez Announces New

 Village Administrator Bob Perls

Former U.S. Diplomat and former State Representative Perls joins city government 

 

LOS RANCHOS, N.M. – The Village Trustees of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque approved Mayor Donald T. Lopez’s recommendation to hire Bob Perls at the Village Trustee meeting on February 13, 2019.  Perls was vetted during a closed personnel session and then approved in the public meeting in front of approximately 30 people in the audience.

“I am so glad Bob applied for the job.   He is highly qualified and the village is lucky to have him.  He brings twenty years of private sector managment and financial experience with him plus a decade of experience at the local, state and federal levels of government, the Mayor said.

 Perls was most recently SVP of Sales and Marketing for a medical IT company and before that was a U.S. Diplomat for the Department of State.  He served in Washington, D.C.; Frankfurt, Germany; Banjul, The Gambia; Ottawa, Canada; and, Islamabad, Pakistan.  He served in management, consular and trade capacities as a Foreign Service Officer for five and a half years.

 Perls founded a medical technology company in Albuquerque in 1984 and was the President for 25 years.  During that time he was elected to two terms to the New Mexico House of Representatives representing southern Sandoval County.  He also co-founded an Albuquerque charter school called Public Academy for Performing Arts.  Four years ago he founded a non-profit based in Corrales called New Mexico Open Primaries which is dedicated to increasing voter engagement.

Bob Perls, Village Administrator

The Village Administrator is appointed by the Mayor and oversees all day-to-day aspects of the Village of Los Ranchos including the Public Safety Department, the Planning and Zoning Department, Accounting Department, Code Enforcement Division, Animal Control Department, and Parks and Streets. The Administrator is responsible for the enforcement, supervision and administrative control of the Village, manages day-to-day operations of the Village's Executive Branch, legislative bills, special Village requests, personnel matters, and contracts. Email Bob at bperls@losranchosnm.gov

Los Ranchos Mayor Don Lopez Announces New

 Village Administrator Bob Perls

Former U.S. Diplomat and former State Representative Perls joins city government 

 

LOS RANCHOS, N.M. – The Village Trustees of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque approved Mayor Donald T. Lopez’s recommendation to hire Bob Perls at the Village Trustee meeting on February 13, 2019.  Perls was vetted during a closed personnel session and then approved in the public meeting in front of approximately 30 people in the audience.

“I am so glad Bob applied for the job.   He is highly qualified and the village is lucky to have him.  He brings twenty years of private sector managment and financial experience with him plus a decade of experience at the local, state and federal levels of government, the Mayor said.

 Perls was most recently SVP of Sales and Marketing for a medical IT company and before that was a U.S. Diplomat for the Department of State.  He served in Washington, D.C.; Frankfurt, Germany; Banjul, The Gambia; Ottawa, Canada; and, Islamabad, Pakistan.  He served in management, consular and trade capacities as a Foreign Service Officer for five and a half years.

 Perls founded a medical technology company in Albuquerque in 1984 and was the President for 25 years.  During that time he was elected to two terms to the New Mexico House of Representatives representing southern Sandoval County.  He also co-founded an Albuquerque charter school called Public Academy for Performing Arts.  Four years ago he founded a non-profit based in Corrales called New Mexico Open Primaries which is dedicated to increasing voter engagement.