By Adair Margo
Editor’s note: the following is an open letter submitted today by Adair Margo. Margo had previously written a guest editorial about city’s feasibility study about the controversial 2012 Quality of Life Multi-purpose center.
This is the most pressing issue for a vibrant downtown El Paso! The plan is there, the money is there…..and we need the WILL to make it happen. Join us on March 16, learn what is possible and invite your friends! Make your elected officials accountable for moving El Paso forward!
Click here to see the Gensler Feasibility Study.
About the Author:
Adair Margo is the former First Lady of El Paso who Chaired the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities and served on the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO during the two-term presidency of George W. Bush. She was honored by the DAR for outstanding achievement in historic preservation in 2019.
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