That’s what District 6 Representative Art Fierro was quoted as saying in this ElPasoTimes.com article. Why? Have we been misbehaving?
The following guest column was submitted anonymously, but I thought it was an entertaining (and concerning, if it’s true) read.
Did you get a gas bill this month? Was it about twice as high as last month’s? Ouch. Have you
From TheEngineer.co.UK: But even when governments were promoting diesel cars, we knew there were issues with toxic emissions (those immediately
According to U.S. Census Bureau estimates, in 2012, El Paso’s population was 674,588. In 2022, our population was 677,456. Since
From CBS4Local.com: El Paso’s City Council approved the agenda item to pay over a million dollars to form a Climate
The Grift That Keeps on Grifting From KVIA.com: El Paso Chief Internal Auditor Edmundo Calderon has filed a lawsuit against the
When El Chuqueño talks, people listen. Or maybe not.
I live by El Paso High. The official name of the subdivision is Alexander Heights, but no one calls it
From the dead tree edition of the El Paso Inc.: Two years after it was rezoned from farm/ranch land to
You read that the effort to recall District 3 Representative Cassandra Hernandez failed to get the 4,000+ signatures it would
from Max Grossman Dear Mayor and City Council, In 2017, the El Paso County Commissioners Court conducted an architectural survey
by Max Grossman Our property tax consists of the combined levies of five local taxing entities. If you live within the
by Max Grossman Michael Apodaca, Chair of the El Paso County Democratic Party, issued a press release today attacking the
by Rich Wright From ElPasoTimes.com: The Ethics Review Commission voted unanimously to reject a motion from El Paso city Rep.
by Max Grossman Adam Powell of the El Paso Times just published a report revealing that Jeremy Jordan, the husband
by Max Grossman Adam Powell of the El Paso Times just published an excellent report on Rep. Cassandra Hernandez’s refusal to
by Max Grossman I am pleased to report that after today’s three-hour executive session, the City Council voted 6-0 to
by Max Grossman August 3 at 9:34pm, City Reps. Kennedy, Annello, Molinar and Fierro—who all happen to serve on the