Tagged: sustainable communities

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The El Paso BorderPlex Scheme

Around 2000, when Ray Caballero rode into office, he began to lay down the framework for a prosperous El Paso through redevelopment focused around the city’s core – downtown. What Caballero, and his cohorts,...

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Tying Up Some Loose Ends

As the Steve Ortega for Mayor shellacking winds down it is time to tie up some loose ends. I’ll take them one at a time and reveal who I really think is leading the...

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Stadium for El Paso; Hand out the gas masks to mask the stench of corruption

Nothing the El Paso elite do any more surprises me but the stench of corruption just gets stronger each day. City Council’s latest ploy to get the community to fund the playgrounds for the...

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The Myth of New Urbanism

During the last couple of years I was in El Paso Texas, one of the most vocal public policy arguments was the notion of infill development and downtown revitalization. Wrapped around the nostalgia of...

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