Deciphering what’s happening at City Hall is like trying to see the truth through a cracked crystal. From CBS4Local.com: The
Back in 2012, when our city leaders were selling their plan to pimp El Paso, those of us who raised
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
Bob Moore’s ElPasoMatters twitter feed features the kind of feel good stories we love here at El Chuqueño. Here’s the
You’ve probably heard that the Texas Legislature reduced the rollback rate to 3.5%. Here’s the skinny from the Texas Tribune.
According the City’s FY2019 Budget, El Paso was poised to spend $19,814,987 on Economic Development in the 2019 Fiscal Year.
Last week City Manager Tommy Gonzalez gave an interview to CBS4Local. Judging by the page hits and comments, y’all enjoyed
Yesterday City Council overrode Mayor Margo’s veto, allowing the city to raise tax rates for the third year in a
I lifted some slides from City Manager Tommy Gonzalez’ presentation on the water parks to City Council. Like this one:
KVIA reports that Mayor Dee Margo vetoed the tax increase that City Council approved. El Paso Mayor Dee Margo on
An alert reader forwarded me District 8 City Representative Cissy Lizarraga’s latest newsletter. Rep. Lizarraga is proud to tell her
This November, the City of El Paso will ask its taxpayers to approve a $940 million bond. From CBS4Local.com: “At
From today’s print version of the El Paso Times: City staff said 2,200 El Pasoans participated in a community-wide survey
What makes for a good quality of life? I may be shallow, but my Quality of Life is improved when
Sharp-eyed El Pasophiles will have noticed that El Paso came in both first and second place in homestead property tax
Here’s a story from last week’s Wall Street Journal about using tax incentives to lure businesses: Concerns have mounted in