What if they’re doing it wrong? What if their plans for economic development are based on false assumptions? What if
I went by the liquor mega-store this week and there were four cars in the parking lot. Inside there were
The Central Appraisal District tells us that house values are up 7.6 percent this year. While the U.S. Census Bureau
This article originally appeared on 24 August 2017. Here’s a letter to the editor from the El Paso Times: Here
This, from KTSM: City Council approved a controversial proposal Tuesday to create a special taxing zone to spur development along
Here’s a graphic I lifted from the City’s website, detailing what kind of businesses the City is expecting to move
. . . is that you don’t talk about Operational Security. I bet that they’ve revoked Major Morgan’s security clearance
According to estimates just released by the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of the City of El Paso grew by
We all live in our own bubbles. We hang out with people who think like us and dress like us
This article originally appeared on November 11, 2013. By now you may have read this story by David Crowder about
*That the City doesn’t want you to know. What is a Tax Increment Refinancing Zone, anyway? Here’s testimony given to
Did you see this story on KVIA? El Paso City Council is considering establishing a Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ)
Some conspiracy theories are a load of hooey, but people making deals out of the public eye are standard operating
Okay, sports fans, I know that some of you are trying to keep score at home, so here are some
The City of El Paso is implementing a plan that some rich guys came up with behind closed doors in
I’m hard on our city’s leaders. They say they want Economic Development, but they don’t really have any qualifications for
From KVIA’s story about the City’s mounting debt: “The city is being very responsible with the way we’re issuing debt,”
No, not for some made up cost-of-living click bait. For taxes! Property tax rates for industrial properties, to be specific.
The advocates for the City’s Quality of Life projects pretend that we need ballparks and arenas to spur economic development.
From this weekend’s El Paso Inc.: We hear the deal is done, and there’s an announcement coming soon. What deal?