From a story on Governing.com: In about 62 percent of the cities reviewed, 2018 permitting totals exceeded their averages over
This week, UTEP announced, as the sole finalist to replace outgoing President Diana Natalicio, the former congresswoman from New Mexico
You probably saw this op-ed in the Times, where former mayor John Cook and ex-City Manager Joyce Wilson defend their
KVIA delivered a Special Report last night on the Quality of Life bond projects cost overruns. It’s entertaining. Just spitballing,
Here’s something that should concern every El Pasoan. On Monday, El Paso’s City Council is having a Special Meeting. After
On the occasion of Super Bowl LIII, John Stossel reminds us. Fortunately, we’re smarter than that. Aren’t we?
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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By spending $161.3 million. From KVIA: El Paso City Council Tuesday authorized the City to borrow $161.3 million for street,
Lying must be a job requirement for City employees to speak to the press. Here’s our recently minted City Attorney
Those boys in blue cannot buy a break. No, I’m not talking about the Cowboys. Read this story from KVIA:
On August 21, 2018, at their regular meeting, City Council discussed the Mexican American Cultural Center in Executive Session. Their
To tell the truth, we don’t know. We can’t know. All the decisions are made out of the public eye.
Did you know that Mayor Margo has a Wikipedia page? It’s a little sparse. Maybe you could make some edits.
This from the El Paso Times this morning: The City Council rejected a utility sales tax on natural gas and