The numbers we’ve all been waiting for have arrived, and they’re not pretty. Between 2017 and 2018, the population of
Our city leaders — all of them, the elected and the economic and the City staff — are managing El
If you’re not Paul Foster, please stop reading this. Pablo, Can I call you Pablo? I mean, it’s just us.
This article originally appeared on 18 December 2014. El Paso is a cash-strapped town. Nobody foresaw that our boom years,
It’s happening. This was the sign taped to the door of the Pat O’Rourke Center today. Meanwhile the trolley glides
You might no be so pissed off when you wrote that property tax check if your money was going for
This post originally appeared on 10 October 2015. Here’s what Jerry Pacheco, the Executive Director of the International Business Accelerator,
Now that the Borderplex Real Estate Investment Trust has sold its downtown real estate assets to Paul Foster’s Franklin Mountain
Here’s an ad from Britain’s Labour Party which has some relevance for our local tax policies. But you know what
This just in, from the El Paso Inc. Borderplex Realty Trust, the company created by businessman William Sanders that owns
Max Grossman points out the the ballot ordinance to save Lost Dog got more votes than Mayor Dee Margo did
Sometimes the jokes just write themselves. From CBS4Local, in a story headlined New El Paso waterparks bringing economic growth to
This article originally appeared on 12 April 2017. Sure, half a billion dollars is a lot of money. Especially for
According to this story in the El Paso Times, the City isn’t going to bail out the Vista Hills Country
In March, KFOX14 reported that the streetcars are a money pit. KFOX14 Investigates learned in the first four months of
*That the City doesn’t want you to know. This article originally appeared on 23 May 2018. What is a Tax
Here’s a cool two hour video that covers the history of Mexico, mostly the first half of the twentieth century.
Aspiring journalist Robert Moore recently reported on El Paso’s stagnant population growth for Borderzine, UTEP’s online magazIne for aspiring journalists.
An alert reader forwarded me the latest update from District 8 Representative Cissy Lizarraga. Serving the public is not easy;
Today the El Paso City Council had a meeting to discuss their response to the Lost Dog election. Early voting