Oversight on Development

Facts found in the 2019 Planning Division Annual Report should be a sobering sight for anyone living in El Paso. The report warns if development continues the way it has in our city, there is a threat that we will “hollow out the residential and commercial tax base.” It also says that our city’s population is stagnant and is only …

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A Transparent Government for the People

It’s wrong that our City Council has chosen not to disclose crucial information to the public about coronavirus clusters. It’s also unacceptable for the city to refuse to release evaluations of the city manager and city attorney by the council. These issues give a snapshot of business, as usual, at City Hall and what it has looked like for the …

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COVID-19 Response

The impacts of the global coronavirus pandemic are not going to change for some time. We need to be prepared to deal with this issue for at least the next two years or until there is a proven vaccine that can be mass-produced for communities around the world. Our city needs to take a robust and flexible approach to respond …

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