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NPT City: Lozano in the game, but which one?

loz Former city Rep. Alexandro Lozano filed a treasurer report, but has not specified which office he’d run for. When asked by NPT whether he was running, he said yes, but he had two offices in mind and would decide by Monday or Tuesday which one he’d run for. NPT, with brainlock, failed to ask which district he lives in (he formerly represented District 3, now represented by Emma Acosta).

He also addressed whether he was partners in a Sunset Heights home with County Judge Anthony Cobos, who owns a house on Prospect (the home, at 501 Prospect, is currently for sale). Lozano said he helped Cobos with permitting and contract work on the home. Cobos paid up, and that was that, Lozano said.

Written by newspapertreeelpaso

February 12, 2009 at 11:11 am

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  1. Lozano will run again…and he is thinking of two positions????

    I hope he opts for the dog catcher position.


    February 12, 2009 at 3:25 pm

  2. […] a comment » For background, check this NPT blog item. Meanwhile, stay tuned for an announcement this afternoon by former city Rep. Alexandro Lozano […]

  3. […] Lozano says he isn’t partners with Cobos on the home, he said he did help Cobos with some contracting issues involving the […]

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