The police and fireman’s unions are going to go big to the polls. They want new stations and Lazy Boy
Here’s a story from KVIA: El Paso City Council members have approved spending more than a million dollars to renovate
The power dynamic has subtly shifted at City Hall. The developers used to call the shots. But, since El Paso’s
The City is asking us to approve $413,112,650 worth of bonds in an upcoming election. Early voting starts next week.
Here’s a post from PayToPlayLawBlog.com, printed in its entirety. Trends regarding the enactment of pay-to-play legislation remain remarkably consistent and
I hate to say I told you so, but . . . From the El Paso Times: Data show El Paso’s
This article originally appeared on 14 August 2018. Did you see this story on KVIA? Texas oilman J.P. Bryan, one
The City of El Paso is spending hundreds of millions of dollars on stuff we don’t need. City Council will
This article originally appeared on 03 May 2018. The City of El Paso is implementing a plan that some rich
Deciphering what’s happening at City Hall is like trying to see the truth through a cracked crystal. From CBS4Local.com: The
First they said it was a bus stop, then they said it was a Sun Metro stop, but I think
Back in 2012, when our city leaders were selling their plan to pimp El Paso, those of us who raised
Brutus had a good post at ElPasoSpeak.com yesterday. His post included this slide: Perhaps you’ll remember this article titled Whose
I can’t imagine the City of El Paso keeping next year’s budget under an amount that won’t require at least
I lifted this from David Crowder’s article about the Downtown arena that appeared in the El Paso Inc. this weekend.
I lifted this from the City’s website: The proposed 2019 Public Safety Bond is the City’s plan to use voter approved bonds
About ten years ago, the people who really run things in El Paso decided that the city needed public amenities
And how often in life do you get a Mulligan? This was in this week’s El Paso Inc. It looks
It sure looks like it. On September 17, 2017, this editorial appeared in the print edition of the El Paso
According the City’s FY2019 Budget, El Paso was poised to spend $19,814,987 on Economic Development in the 2019 Fiscal Year.