Saturday is open for your input

It’s open line Saturday.

What’s on your mind?


5 Responses to Saturday is open for your input

  1. Anonymous says:

    How about this guy Westerman from the El Paso Humane Society? Did anyone think he was an honest broker who just gave up a successful career to move to El Paso to take a job as Executive Director of EPHS? How much was he getting paid anyway? When I think of the Humane Society I think of volunteers and fees to adopt animals that are five times the going rate over at the City’s animal shelter (kudos to the City by comparison). Westerman must have been somebody’s friend (an ELP oligarch). I suppose now Westerman will have to be the next superintendent of EPISD (or at least CFO)!!

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  2. In Fairness says:

    I agree that there are probably some deep-rooted problems at EPHS, but disagree with your cynical inference that anyone who gives up a business career to do service work is automatically dishonest.


    • Anonymous says:

      Take a look at nonprofit exec salary trends. The days of “service work” are long gone at that level in charitable causes. It would be interesting to know what he was paid. And anyone under scrutiny for financial crimes shouldn’t be in a management position at a charity.


  3. good governance oxymoron says:

    This is good news. I hope it passes this year. Too many entrenched and entitled attitudes.

    Constitutional amendment to impose term limits on Congress introduced

    The amendment would restrict senators to two six-year terms and House members to three two-year terms.


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