I’ve said it before: The City of El Paso is poorly managed, and they can’t stop messing up. From an
It’s hard to believe that any of the arena backers would be so enthusiastic if they were investing their own
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Here’s Vic Kolenc (I thought he took the early retirement option?) reporting on the Great Wolf Swindle in the El
Here’s a piece from StrongTowns.org about how to deal with deteriorating roads and increasing municipal debt. The story is from
By spending $161.3 million. From KVIA: El Paso City Council Tuesday authorized the City to borrow $161.3 million for street,
Here’s John Oliver on Last Week Tonight talking about publicly funded stadiums (and arenas). El Paso is always on the
Imma let you in on a little secret. In El Paso, we don’t get the best and brightest. Look, for
From KVIA, here’s Representative Henry Rivera, addressing the leak of a draft of City Manager Tommy “Great Wolf” Gonzalez’ new
Y’all probably heard this story from NPR the other day: The Malheur Enterprise was founded in 1909, and, like many
Our recent municipal expenses are based on the (secret) idea that Phoenix outpaced El Paso in economic development since 1950
Today is an inflection point in the evolution of El Paso. Today, voters in the state either will or won’t
City Council has turned public policy into a war against poor people. Which is weird, because El Paso is poor.
Oh, the irony. Here’s a great interview from the September 8, 2009, issue of the El Paso Inc. with an
I’ve got this new theory that explains the machinations of City Government. Let me try it out on you. I
Today, City Council decided to give the farm to Great Wolf Resorts, in the form of swathes of land, obscene
The City must have stayed up late figuring out how to swindle the taxpayers with that new Great Wolf Lodge.
No matter how you feel about the trolley conceptually, you have to admit that the execution has been disappointing. There
Here’s an entertaining post from District 3 Representative Cassandra Hernandez, hyping the benefits of the Children’s Museum. Which is curious,
Brutus from over there at ElPasoSpeak.com advises his readers that City Council is proposing a new ordinance restricting parking along