The city is running a program that they call Chime In.
According to their web site:
The City of El Paso is working on the FY 2019 budget and we want to hear from you, our citizens!
They offer a short survey. You can take it here.
This is better.
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Yo Brutus, if you didn’t bring this to my attention l probably would never have known about it. Thanks, kid. So for anyone who’s interested, here’s what l put down on line four: Stop spending $ on stuff the private sector should be paying for. The continued overspending has resulted in higher taxes, fees, a much higher debt, and stagnant population and economic growth for the past few years. Get traffic lights synchronized.
Thanks Brutus for running this link. Have not seen it, even heard THEY were asking US what we think, what WE want.
BRUTUS: Some of the city representatives send out by e-mail a weekly newsletter. And some of the city representatives have pretty informative newsletters; with Noe, Rivera, and Brown’s being some of the most informative.
Just ask by a phone call or e-mail to have your rep put you on the list. That ‘Chime In’ website was one of the item’s mention in their newsletters. Another was the city’s 311 telephone number to report pot holes.