• January 22, 2021

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Op-Ed: City Hires Firms to Run Us Through the “Spin

On Saturday, Sept. 6, the El Paso Times ran a guest column written by two individuals representing companies hired by the City to create what I believe is a damage-control narrative designed to twist facts and misrepresent the reality about how progress and quality of life is attained here in our city. This is my […]Read More

Paso del Sur Announces Citizen’s Initiative to Save Duranguito from

Paso del Sur, a grassroots organization that works with barrio residents to defend their neighborhoods and their right to respect and dignity, announced that they are initiating a city-wide citizen’s initiative to exclude Barrio Duranguito from the City’s eminent domain demolition plan. The official announcement of the Citizen’s Initiative will take place Tuesday, 8:15 a.m., […]Read More

City Council Approves Arena Land Acquisition Process

The process to begin negotiations to acquire land in downtown for the development of an indoor arena was approved Tuesday by City Council. The process will begin with community meetings. The $180 million Multipurpose Cultural and Performing Arts Center, or arena, approved by the voters as part of the 2012 Quality of Life Bonds will […]Read More