This weekend the El Paso Inc. ran a story about the City’s newest volley in the fight over the arena.
Here’s the latest from the committee with the Orwellian name, the Public Service Board, via the Times: El Paso Water
News flash: There’s more to life than the internet. Some people only use their computers to make phone calls, or
Graphic designer Jud Burgess has been campaigning against the El Paso Independent School District $669 million bond proposal. [Disclosure: Mr.
The El Paso Independent School District is pushing their “innovation” as an enticement to support their upcoming $669 million bond
In an ongoing effort to “inform” the voters, someone posting on Facebook as EPISD Board Member Susie Byrd claimed that,
Originally published way back on 7 September 2016 The El Paso Independent School District wants us to give them $669
Mr. Bob Moore, editor of the El Paso Times, informed me via Facebook that the Specific Interest Committee Campaign Finance
Corporate boards have a responsibility to their shareholders, and generally those shareholders expect the corporate boards to maximize profits. It’s
This from the El Paso Times: The El Paso Independent School District is one of two Texas school districts that
I learned yesterday that the City’s values are Integrity, Respect, Excellence, Accountability, and People. I learned that because they were
You are probably perplexed by the impetus to put a new arena downtown. What’s going on there? More than meets
Do you know what’s wrong with El Paso? If you think it’s no population growth, falling real wages, or one
The El Paso Independent School District wants you to believe that they will be good stewards of your tax dollars.
Do you really think that all of the problems at the El Paso Independent School District will be addressed with
Those people promoting the El Paso Independent School District’s bond issue aren’t above playing fast and loose with whatever version
Do you think the only problems at the El Paso Independent School District are ageing infrastructures? And do you think,
Did you see that USA Today is railing against cable companies’ set top box rental rates? Here’s what the USA
You may have noticed that the City settled with Basic IDIQ this week on the San Jacinto Plaza project. DavidK
Those people advocating for the El Paso Independent School District bond proposal gotta understand. Enough. We’ve got the same people