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.