Strange things at TXDOT

I heard the other day that the three top TXDOT employees working in the El Paso area left their positions on the same day recently.

Does anyone know what happened?

We deserve better


9 Responses to Strange things at TXDOT

  1. Anonymous says:

    they received their property tax bill from ep cad

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Anon says:

    If they are leaving town, they are not alone. The number of people moving out is greater than the number of people moving in.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Anonymous says:

      How do you know this?


      • Anon says:

        It’s a matter of public record.

        From 2010 to 2017, El Paso’s population grew from 804,123 to 844,818, an increase of about 40,700 people or 5.1 percent. In the same period 21,829 moved out.

        Recently released data from the Census Bureau estimate El Paso’s 2018 population at 845,553—barely above the metro’s 2017 population of 845,145. The slow population growth was driven in large part by negative net migration.

        There is plenty of other data about outmigration. Just look for it.


  3. Rico Suave says:

    They were upset about Lost Dog Trail… 🙂


  4. Anonymous says:

    Would you want to be responsible for what is being planned for I-10 downtown starting in 2020? They are going to take private property for that project and they want to add parks on top of I-10.


  5. anonymous says:

    TXDOT resignations were submitted shortly after it was announced that Joyce Wilson was appointed to the Remote Mobility Authority.

    Liked by 1 person

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