• October 16, 2021

Tags : city of el paso budget

City of El Paso’s use of non-voter approved debt raises

As the city of El Paso prepares to issue another multimillion dollar round of non-voter approved debt, experts say the practice raises red flags and will have long-term impacts for generations of taxpayers. The El Paso City Council recently approved beginning the process of issuing $96 million in certificates of obligation, or debt that can […]Read More

City proposes no tax rate increase for Fiscal Year 2022

On Tuesday, City of El Paso officials presented the preliminary budget for Fiscal Year 2022, proposing minimizing the tax rate impact for residents and a decrease in City taxes for seniors and residents with disabilities. “For the last six years, the City has been proactively working on long-term financial stability by working to align our […]Read More

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