Some conspiracy theories are a load of hooey, but people making deals out of the public eye are standard operating
The City offered up their newly minted Chief Financial Officer to defend our sky high tax rates. Here’s David Crowder
Look, I don’t want to ruin the political discourse at City Hall by introducing things like common sense and logic,
The City of El Paso is implementing a plan that some rich guys came up with behind closed doors in
From KVIA’s story about the City’s mounting debt: “The city is being very responsible with the way we’re issuing debt,”
Is city government representing you? Or is it working for the fat cats who have a financial interest in all
The difference between government and a junkie is that a junkie might quit. Once taxes go up, they are never
No, not for some made up cost-of-living click bait. For taxes! Property tax rates for industrial properties, to be specific.
According to Lincoln Institute’s 50 State Property Tax Comparison, El Paso has the second highest homestead property tax rate among
From this weekend’s El Paso Inc.: We hear the deal is done, and there’s an announcement coming soon. What deal?
Advocates of the Quality of Life bonds completely misrepresented the facts before the 2012 elections. They minimized the impact on
Mayor Dee Margo, who promised during his campaign to “Hold the line on taxes,” thinks you’re not paying enough in
Recently I wrote that City Council, by increasing El Paso Electric’s Street Rental Fee, cut the reduction to our electric
As I mentioned last week, but this time from the El Paso Inc.: The price that El Paso Electric must
Since 1987, the County of El Paso has been getting a quarter of the sales tax collected in the city.
Fort Worth has slightly higher property tax rates than El Paso. For now. According to SmartAsset.com (killer website name), the
Did you see this story in the El Paso Times? El Paso Electric ratepayers will see a smaller than expected
Right now I’m making bread. I’m at the part of the bread-making process where a lump of dough sits in
ChucoGeek had this to say in response to the article Times Change: This is why we are stuck following through
Remember that poll about the arena that KVIA did? Only 26% of the residents of El Paso County who were