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NPT City: Pickett targeted the CRRMA. Who? You should know. Go Wednesday.

Like I wrote here, “There are a few big-money pieces on the political board. Water and transportation are two of the biggest. ” In El Paso, water is the Public Service Board (mostly). Transportation is divvied up a little more, but big-picture projects are coalescing at the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority.

State Rep. Joe Pickett filed an amendment to a state transportation bill that would allow the City Council to serve as the board of the CRRMA. He wrote this about it.

State Sen. Eliot Shapleigh wrote a piece in which he spanked Pickett, calling Pickett’s action an immature and destructive attack on El Paso’s transportation future. See that here.

Now, click below to see the CRRMA agenda.

crrma 84_agenda_05-20-09


Written by newspapertreeelpaso

May 18, 2009 at 12:06 pm

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