Quality of life project shortfalls

Most of knew in the beginning that the quality of life projects were poorly planned and that we would end up spending even more money than the $473 million bonds would fund.

This slide is part of the preliminary budget document that the city manager has given to city council:

That’s right.  They are going to consider issuing $16.8 million in certificates of obligation to finish part of the quality of life projects.

We deserve better


6 Responses to Quality of life project shortfalls

  1. Tim Holt says:

    Thank you Brutus for going an entire week without an EPISD article. I do believe that is a record.


  2. Jud Burgess says:

    That is a breach of contract…simple as that. They city has failed to live up to their end of the contract to give El Pasoans various projects for an agreed amount of taxpayer dollars. Lawsuit.


  3. Chico says:

    School isn’t in session, Deputy Dawg.


  4. The ONLY “Quality of Life” that ever improves in El Taxo, is that of POLITICIANS, Public Officials.


  5. Beto Moore says:

    Tim Holt. I’ve make a nice living off of the EPISD scandal and any arcane information that’s even remotely associated with the EPISD. Did I mention that I got a Ben Bradlee award?


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