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    City Holds Community Meetings on Storm Water Management

    City Holds Community Meetings on Storm Water Management Storm 2006 left behind significant property damage. All efforts to expedite the critical infrastructure work that is necessary have been initiated as a priority to ensure the preservation of health and safety of the community.

    To assist in this situation, City management has proposed to create a "Storm water Management Function" under the auspices of the Public Service Board. This would expand the scope of Water/Wastewater utility to include storm water management.

    City Holds Community Meetings on Storm Water ManagementCity Manager, Joyce Wilson along with Ed Archuleta from El Paso Water Utilities will be presenting the information on the Storm water management proposal. The community's participation and involvement in this important issue is requested. To view previous presentations on the proposal, please visit the City's homepage - News and Notices Section - www.elpasotexas.gov and click on "Storm Water Management."

    Thursday, April 12th
    6:30 pm-Multi-Purpose Center, 9031 Viscount

    Thursday, April 26th
    6:00 pm-Luby's Cafeteria, 1010 Chelsea St.



    Upcoming City Meetings & Events:
    • For a listing of City Meetings, City Council Meetings or community meetings.
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    • To find out what City events are happening in a neighborhood near you, visit the City Events Calendar.


    Major Issues:
    • City Council Meetings Available In Spanish
      City Council Meetings Available In SpanishIn a continued effort to keep all citizens involved and informed of City Council actions, Spanish translation of all regular City Council meetings began in February 2007.
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    • Recycling Enthusiasts Put Bins Out Too Early
      The curbside recycling program is scheduled to kick off on April 22nd. Residents placing their bins out too early will receive a friendly flyer from the Department of Environmental Services, reminding them of the program's start date.
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    • New Look, New Convenience: City of El Paso Website
      In order to provide added customer service and convenience, the City of El Paso website, www.elpasotexas.gov, has been redeveloped to provide easier access to information on city services. An updated, more user-friendly design has been integrated into the site with the most relevant sections of the website located at the top of the homepage.
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    Public Safety & Health:
    • Remaining March Dates for Pet Care-A-Van
      FREE Dog and Cat Spay/Neuters

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    • El Paso City-County Health and Environmental District's WIC Program
      Celebrates 30 Years of Service to El Paso

      The El Paso City-County Health & Environmental District's WIC Program recently celebrated 30 years of service to women, infants and children in our community who qualify based on income, residency and nutritional need.
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    Development & Infrastructure:
    • Clint Landfill News
      Clint Landfill NewsEnvironmental Services is taking advantage of filling in some gaps at the Clint landfill which is owned and operated by the City of El Paso.
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    • First Master Plan Conserving Open Space Approved
      First Master Plan Conserving Open Space ApprovedCity Council recently approved an ordinance adopting the Open Space Master Plan amending the City's Comprehensive Plan. This is the first time the City has committed to preserve natural open space by developing a long-term plan.
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    • DSD Spruces Up Customer Queue Management
      In an ongoing effort to maximize customer service operations at the One Stop Shop, the Development Services Department now features a new queuing system providing an added convenience to customers.
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    Transportation:
    • Discounted Fares: It's Just That Simple
      Riding the bus just got easier. Sun Metro continues to look over every aspect of operations to improve the quality of service while increasing operational efficiency. Students and children can now have access to bus service at a discounted rate, without the need of a Sun Metro identification card.
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    • Sun Metro Welcomes Karen Walton, Assistant Director of Safety
      Sun Metro extends a warm welcome this week to Karen Walton as she comes on board as Assistant Director of Safety.
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    • SERVICE IS BACK: William Beaumont Army Medical Center & VA Health Center
      On Sunday March 18th, Sun Metro reinstated service to William Beaumont Army Medical Center and the VA Health Center using routes 36, 41, and 57.
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    • El Paso International Airport Participates in Regional Tradeshow
      El Paso International Airport Participates in Regional TradeshowThe Department of Aviation participated in the 21st Annual Borderland Tradeshow in March.
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    Quality of Life:
    • Cleaning-Up After Pet is Walk in the Park
      The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department has recently installed numerous Mutt Mitt Stations which enable park-goers with their pets the chance to pull out bags from the various stations located in the park to throw away their animal's pet waste.
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    • Museums and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) Director Elected to Serve on National Arts Federation Committee
      Yolanda Alameda, Director for the City of El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) has been elected as a new member for the executive committee for the United States Urban Arts Federation (USUAF).
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    • El Paso Zoo's March Family Activities
      March 31: 9:30 am - 1:00pm - 10th Annual Together for Children Half-price Admission. Help us kick-off the month of April as the "Month of the Child.
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    • AZUL: Gala Spectacular
      The El Paso Museum of Art Foundation proudly announces AZUL, Gala Spectacular to benefit the El Paso Museum of Art Foundation which will be held Saturday, April 14, 2007 from 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm at the El Paso Museum of Art. All proceeds will go to support the Foundation, a not-for profit 501 (c) 3 organization.
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    • El Paso Museum of Art Presents:
      Soundings: Benito Huerta, 1992- 2005

      For over thirty years of art-making, Benito Huerta developed the artistic philosophy that "Art is for everyone." This all-embracing attitude is the reason for Huerta's unique style that interweaves many modernist conventions with iconography drawn from a personal perspective on art, ethnicity and popular culture.
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    • City of El Paso Public Swim League Registration
      Please note that there are new parent requirements for the City of El Paso Public Swim League.
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    • Parks and Recreation Aquatics Division Offers Myriad Activities
      The Aquatics section will have their next session of Water Aerobics starting on April 1. The classes are for all ages and are offered at all indoor pools. A minimum of six participants is needed for the classes to make. Sign up for one of their water aerobics classes @ only $25.00 per month.
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    • Westside Community Center Nearing Completion
      The Westside Community Center located at 7200 High Ridge in west El Paso is expected to open by early June.
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    • Upcoming Events at a Parks and Recreation Facility Near You
      Take advantage of family fun and fitness activities at a Parks and Recreation center near you!!
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    • Important Sports Office Information from Chalio Acosta Sports Center
      Chalio Acosta Sports Center is offering a variety of sports activities for people to enjoy. Additionally, important league information is being offered to help coaches, players and parents.
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