El Paso City Hall implosion plan closes streets, discourages gawkers
A worker appears out of a hole in the wall to reattach material that may have losened by the wind in an upper floor of the old City Hall building along Durango Street in downtown El Paso Tuesday.Full Story
#1 Apr 10, 2013
Mark Mena , I can not wait for some good baseball to be here in this town. Perhaps this last place team we are getting will improve and provide some good entertainment. I do wish however that they did not put it in the worst place in town. There is not enough parking, the traffic will be hell and we could have all saved tax money and used some open land near downtown. Where I'm from they had a campaign called "Dump the Chumps". Well i guess its time to start that here. The mayor and those who voted for this thing i hope will not get re-elected. I'm also going to make sure i voice my opinion about this by supporting those who voted against demolishing city hall by giving my hard earned money to their campaigns.
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#2 Apr 10, 2013
What in holy hell are you talking about? What do you mean "Like 5 hours?"
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