By Dan Bodine
(Note: This is 2,000 words. Some would say two posts. I’ve kept it as one though for convenience. Hang in there with me!)
There’s an El Paso gadfly (ankle biters, they’re called here) who blogs often as a critic of the deal that brought the new Chihuahuas baseball team to town. Another kind of public watchdog, he is. The internet multiplies us! Among other things.
Recently, “Brutus” at elpasospeak.com, is alleging a major legal snafu concerning ownership of the old city hall land where the downtown baseball stadium was built.
This error supposedly spurred subsequent rushed deals by city officials with a railroad company so they could meet stadium construction deadline. Fiction writers take heart! Continue reading