• May 16, 2022

Tags : City Council

El Paso Council Approves Funding for District Attorney’s Information Management

The City Council approved an interlocal agreement with the County that will reimpliment the District Attorney’s Information Management System (DIMS) program that offers law enforcement officials efficiencies when filing criminal charges. DIMS allows a prosecutor from the District Attorney’s Office to screen criminal cases presented by law enforcement officers and determine if prosecution is desired […]Read More

Discussion for new Downtown memorial for El Paso’s own ‘Men

During next week’s City Council meeting (May 14th) council members are scheduled to consider a new memorial honoring the Men of Company E. The memorial, which is proposed for the Downtown Arts District, will be a companion piece to the original that is located at the Acosta Sports Center, 4321 Delta. “The Men of Company […]Read More

City Council Candidate Charged with Family Violence

A candidate for City Council District 5  was arrested on suspicion of family violence after a confrontation with his girlfriend while campaigning with their infant child in late August. According to El Paso County Jail records, Kizito Ekechukwu was arrested by El Paso Police on Sunday, August 26 and posted a $2,500 bond the following […]Read More

Video: Your City in 5 – Week ending February 17th

In this edition, Rick Isaias has information on a work session by Mayor and Council and City Manager and staff that discussed the progress of the City since the introduction of the 2015 Strategic Plan. There is also information on the Parks and Recreation Department’s Senior Games as well as two contests sponsored by the […]Read More

Council Votes Down Another Site Analysis for Downtown Arena

City Council voted not to conduct a site analysis to identify potential locations for the Multipurpose Cultural and Performing Arts Center (MPC) within the convention site or within 1,000 feet of the convention center’s footprint. Council’s vote included having the City host public meetings to raise community awareness about the project’s history, including highlighting studies […]Read More

City Approves Shadow Mountain Tower for West El Paso

The Meyers Group will move forward with Shadow Mountain Tower, a high-quality, mixed-use project which will be built on a vacant lot on Shadow Mountain Drive in West El Paso. On Tuesday, City Council unanimously approved a rezoning request allowing the project to move forward based on the project’s ability to grow the commercial tax […]Read More