Rep. Holguin got to bring up the city manager form of government being put on the charter amendment slate at today's council meeting. He was not successful in getting it put on the ballot, but he was literally a breath away.
I had told you that the city manager form of government would be voted out by voters at a pace of 20 to 1 in the charter. Those who desire corrupt government have made their desire for the "old days" known to the public and they are buying their bullshit. Had the mayor been there today he would have broken the tie for Holguin and city manager form of government would be gone in a few short months.
How did the vote get that close? Who on council wants to usher in corruption? That would be Dr. Noe. He voted to put the single most valuable part of city government into the hands of an angry, uninformed electorate. One can only assume he wants corrupt government.
It's a very sad day for El Paso... the voting bloc has turned. I expect Noe to start voting against baseball and everything else Holguin has added to his race war. A sad day indeed.