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El Paso City Rep. Larry Romero Set Up A Meeting With Water Utilities Execs And His Former Business Partner

What is City Rep. Larry Romero up to now? More 'introductions' that look very sketchy.

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An Ethics Complaint And An Independent Investigator – Here’s The Latest From El Paso City Council

Mayor Oscar Leeser didn't get the answers he wanted, so now he wants an independent investigator to dig into goings on at City Hall.

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Last Year’s Shawver Park Display Cost Taxpayers $20,000 More Than City Rep. Lily Limon Said It Would

Shawver Park lights cost taxpayers $20,000. Will you get lit up again this year?

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Did El Paso City Manager Tommy Gonzalez Break Laws To Pay For Stanton Street Speed Humps?

How would you like to call up City Council and get speed bumps put on your street without having to go through the mess and hassle of following the rules? It looks like that is exactly what happened in the case of speed humps that appeared earlier this year on Stanton Street in front of Cathedral High School. The project was pushed through, according to the El Paso Times, by El Paso City Manager Tommy Gonzalez and City Rep. Larry Romero.

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Here’s Why City Council Needs To Work Hard To Bring Korean American Clothing Manufacturers To El Paso

The news that a group of Korean American clothing manufacturers from Los Angeles are contemplating moving their businesses to El Paso should be something that is welcomed, but for a lot of social media harrumphers, it’s become the chance to hate on the city’s job prospects. City officials also seem to be turning a blind eye toward the Korean American Apparel Manufacturers Association, but the question is, why?

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El Paso City Council To Reconsider $61,000 Pay Raise For El Paso City Manager

There was major backlash against El Paso City Council when they voted to give City Manager Tommy Gonzalez a $61,000 raise. City reps say they have been innudated with phone calls and emails from furious constituents who want to know why they rushed to take Gonzalez's salary to 300,000 from $238,000. An item on next week's Council agenda brings it up once again.

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El Paso’s Cincinnati Entertainment District Is Losing Two More Bars

The Cincinnati Entertainment District used to be the party hot spot in El Paso, but with the closing of two more bars, is it losing its shine?

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El Paso City Council Is Talking About Raising Taxes While Giving Out Bonuses To City Employees

The City is looking at raising property taxes, and today, they approved a bonus for City employees.

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El Paso City Council Approves Raising Your Monthly Natural Gas Bill

Texas Gas Service has made about $31 million in structural upgrades in the El Paso area, and you are going to pay for them in the form of a higher monthly gas bill, beginning next month.

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Get Ready For A Rate Increase On Your Texas Gas Bill

During the summer months, your Texas Gas Service bill is usually pretty manageable, but in a few weeks, it will get a little hotter to handle and not because the weather will be getting colder, it's because El Paso City Council and Texas Gas Service are working on a rate increase.

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El Paso’s Magoffin Home Secrets Revealed In A Free Lecture This Weekend

Mistresses, secret doors, underground tunnels - find out all about them during this free lecture at the Magoffin Home this weekend.

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Pay Raise for El Paso Mayor, Council Members Recommended

A significant pay increase for the mayor and city reps could be put before voters this November.

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