According to the agenda for next Tuesday’s City Council meeting, the Mayor is reappointing Fire Chief Samuel Pena to the
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Tim Cook on the Importance of Learning Computer Coding
Imagine what we could do if we took all that money we’re throwing away on ballparks and arenas and devoted
So how did they vote?
If you’re like me, you are mildly entertained by all the drama going on at City Hall, but you’re really
The real story?
Given the nearly constant, egregious, dysfunctional, behavior of City Council and City Government, don’t you think that the recent righteous
From the Horse’s Mouth
From an article in the El Paso Times, regarding the selection of Ross Fischer of Golber Hilgers, PLLC, to investigate
Is that even legal?
Here’s a screen shot of the notice of the special City Council meeting yesterday. See where the meeting time is
They must be around here somewhere.
Here’s a little tidbit from an El Paso Times editorial: At a City Council discussion Monday about ethics laws, it
The Ouija Speaks
Why, you are probably asking yourself, would El Paso need a downtown arena? I mean we’ve got the Don Haskins
Light at the end of the tunnel?
Did you see this story in the El Paso Times? On Tuesday, the City Council was supposed to take action
Remember this story from a couple of days ago, in which City Manager Tommy Gonzalez said that El Paso can
“The Political Will to Raise Taxes”
By local standards, Tuesday morning was cold. The overnight wind had scattered asphalt shingles across the sidewalk. A tree branch
From That Guy Who Always Rings Twice
I got a couple of interesting political advertisements in the mail today. One was from Yes! Yes! For El Paso
Our Budget Deficit
By now you’ve heard that El Paso is facing a $3.5 million deficit, and City Council will probably raise property
Those Pesky Secret Emails
In order to understand the content of those secret emails that we’re never going to see, I consulted my trusty
El Paso’s Chief Debt Enabler Resigns, Takes Job in “Private Sector”
The City’s Chief Financial Officer and debt enabler has tendered her resignation, according to this article in El Paso’s English
Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch
Well, just like I predicted, the El Paso City Council has offered the job of City Manager to former Irving,
Secret Emails and the Lizard People
Every citizen of El Paso should be troubled by the City’s actions, and inactions, concerning the “secret” emails demanded by
The Gift That Keeps on Giving
Isn’t anyone from Mountain Star Sports Group interested in a little crisis management? Don’t they realize that they’re hemorrhaging? Today
El Paso’s Secret City Government Secret Emails
What is the City hiding in their personal emails? A walking quorum? A narco-nexus? Jimmy Hoffa? Secret payoffs to the