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From: Wilson, Joyce A.

To: Lozano, Juliet; Shubert, R. Alan


Cc: Studer, William
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Thursday, August 30, 2012 5:58:00 PM
No

City Manager

From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2012 4:00 PM
To: Shubert, R. Alan; Wilson, Joyce A.
Cc: Studer, William
Subject: Fw: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Do we want to respond to this?
From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2012 03:48 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: David
Email: davidm1210@gmail.com
Phone:
Concern: Problem
Message About: Ballpark
Message: The length of Triple A baseball FIELD (not included the
stadium part) is 118 meters from home plate to the end
of the outfield. That is bigger than Sun Bowl/UTEP
football field length. UTEP field doesn't fit in the City
Hall area. How in the world are they going to fit a
baseball field in area where a football field doesn't fit?
Someone hasn't measure the length. Something is off
here and this needs to be address quickly.
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: Re: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Monday, July 23, 2012 1:22:52 PM
The city dies it control education funding or oversight. We do control quality of life
and this is one of those investments for community development and job growth.
Sent from my iPad
On Jul 23, 2012, at 2:16 PM, "Lozano, Juliet" <LozanoJZ@elpasotexas.gov> wrote:

Do you want to answer this one?
Juli Lozano
Communications & Public Affairs Manager
City Of El Paso
2 Civic Center Plaza
El Paso, Texas 79901-1196
Tel: 915-541-4010 Cell: 915-472-1949

From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Sunday, July 22, 2012 11:20 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Roy Caviglia
Email: Jumping.jack.flash@sbcglobal.net
Phone:
Concern: Complaint
Message About: Ballpark
Message: Where are the priorities in this city? We have
serious problems in education. We already
have relatively high property taxes. Why are
we giving away our downtown real estate so
the Hunts and Fosters can make money on
the backs of the middle class and the poor?
And why is it being rushed through ? Why
not let the public vote?
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet
Cc: Studer, William
Subject: Re: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Monday, July 23, 2012 1:21:45 PM
Julie, all of this was addressed in presentation and back up online. Not sure what
else to say other than they are making a huge investment and taking lots of risk.
They guarantee the teM to stay In EP throughout term of debt on stadium.
Sent from my iPad
On Jul 23, 2012, at 2:16 PM, "Lozano, Juliet" <LozanoJZ@elpasotexas.gov> wrote:

Do you want to answer this one?
Juli Lozano
Communications & Public Affairs Manager
City Of El Paso
2 Civic Center Plaza
El Paso, Texas 79901-1196
Tel: 915-541-4010 Cell: 915-472-1949

From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Sunday, July 22, 2012 11:20 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Roy Caviglia
Email: Jumping.jack.flash@sbcglobal.net
Phone:
Concern: Complaint
Message About: Ballpark
Message: Where are the priorities in this city? We have
serious problems in education. We already
have relatively high property taxes. Why are
we giving away our downtown real estate so
the Hunts and Fosters can make money on
the backs of the middle class and the poor?
And why is it being rushed through ? Why
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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not let the public vote?
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet; Studer, William
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Monday, July 16, 2012 3:07:00 PM
We do not own Asaarco site. It will not be available to any type of redevelopment for at least
another 2 years. Not sure we could accommodate this facility on that property given some of the
environmental issues with the property. We looked at that initially and rejected for these
reasons. If this person would actually review the information on the web they would see that we
did review and rejected.

City Manager

From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2012 1:28 PM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: FW: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message

Pls assist
Juli Lozano
Communications & Public Affairs Manager
City Of El Paso
2 Civic Center Plaza
El Paso, Texas 79901-1196
Tel: 915-541-4010 Cell: 915-472-1949

From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Friday, July 13, 2012 7:37 AM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Debra Brinkman
Email: dbrinkman@elp.rr.com
Phone:
Concern: Complaint
Message About: Ballpark
Message: Put the ball park on the Asarco property. That way, we
can have a "Sports Venue" like Indianapolis. Two large
Sport stadiums close together. Old downtown could be
revitalized for shopping etc without having to tear down
buildings.
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet; Studer, William
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Monday, July 16, 2012 3:05:00 PM
Bill needs to respond

City Manager

From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2012 2:03 PM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: FW: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message

Can you pls assist in responding
Juli Lozano
Communications & Public Affairs Manager
City Of El Paso
2 Civic Center Plaza
El Paso, Texas 79901-1196
Tel: 915-541-4010 Cell: 915-472-1949

From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2012 5:35 AM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Arnold Bowman
Email: arnoldbowman@aol.com
Phone: 915-532-3967
Concern: Problem
Message About: Ballpark
Message: Is 200000.00 a reasonable fee to pay for a
40,000,000.00 facility. How does this compare with
other venues across the country?
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: Re: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Friday, July 13, 2012 3:36:05 AM
Both. Insights and community garden will be replaced elsewhere. city never funded
planned parenthood and all STD clinical services are funded in health Dept
Sent from my iPad
On Jul 12, 2012, at 6:27 PM, "Lozano, Juliet" <LozanoJZ@elpasotexas.gov> wrote:
Please see below I have the information on Insights but I dont have anything on
the other items

Juli Lozano
Communications & Public Affairs Manager
City Of El Paso
2 Civic Center Plaza
El Paso, Texas 79901-1196
Tel: 915-541-4010 Cell: 915-472-1949

From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 6:18 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Tommy
Email: nirvana_4@msn.com
Phone: 915-783-7922
Concern: Problem
Message About: Ballpark
Message: Money for a ball park? But no money for
planned parenthood? Nice decision halting
affordable STD testing in favor of a ball park
we already have! Oh, and good-bye to the
insights museum. El Paso already has
nothing for the pursuit of science, how
wonderful to get rid of our little science
center for children and adults alike. What
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about the community garden that was about
to go up in that area? Now halted because
city council decided we need this stadium,
that its more important than locally grown
food for the benefit of a community. I would
really love to know, was this to increase the
pocket sizes of these city council members?
What is the advantage for our city and
community? Aren't we concentrating more
on distractions than on places that help us
and our children stay safe and
knowledgeable? Or i guess we REALLY
need another baseball stadium huh? Can
we just vote these people out of office
already?
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet; Studer, William
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Thursday, July 12, 2012 4:51:00 PM
The stadium must be ready for the 2014 Spring season. We need to be out of city hall by
January/February 2013 to meet that target.

City Manager

From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 2:44 PM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: FW: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Pls assist

Juli Lozano
Communications & Public Affairs Manager
City Of El Paso
2 Civic Center Plaza
El Paso, Texas 79901-1196
Tel: 915-541-4010 Cell: 915-472-1949

From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 1:26 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Rick LoBello
Email: lobellorl@elpasotexas.gov
Phone: 9152174233
Concern: Suggestion
Message About: Ballpark
Message: The number one question I have and everyone who
talks to me has is the "projected timeline" for City Hall
closing down and the ball park being completed.
Thanks.
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet; Studer, William
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Thursday, July 12, 2012 2:50:00 PM
Nothing negative The investments should strengthen the viability of Sunset Heights neighborhood
by adding significant amenities within walking distance

City Manager

From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 1:21 PM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: FW: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message

Please assist
Juli Lozano
Communications & Public Affairs Manager
City Of El Paso
2 Civic Center Plaza
El Paso, Texas 79901-1196
Tel: 915-541-4010 Cell: 915-472-1949

From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 12:56 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: osvaldo Velez
Email: velezoldies@yahoo.com
Phone: (915)543-3296
Concern: Complaint
Message About: Ballpark
Message: what's going to happen with sunset heights?
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet; Studer, William
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Thursday, July 12, 2012 2:47:00 PM
The presentation shows almost 5000 spaces within mile of facility (publicly and privately owned)
We have pledged 500 from our two lots at Civic Center and UPTT

City Manager

From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 1:25 PM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: FW: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message

Pls assist
Juli Lozano
Communications & Public Affairs Manager
City Of El Paso
2 Civic Center Plaza
El Paso, Texas 79901-1196
Tel: 915-541-4010 Cell: 915-472-1949

From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 1:01 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Ambrosia Azuila
Email: ambrosiazuila@yahoo.com
Phone: (915) 261-2487
Concern: Problem
Message About: Ballpark
Message: What is number of spaces that will be required for size
stadium that's a 'done deal' and where will parking
spaces be located?
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet; Studer, William; Arrieta-Candelaria, Carmen
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Thursday, July 12, 2012 11:43:00 AM
Insights Museum will be addressed as part of the QoL bond initiative planned for the November ballot
which includes $30M for a new childrens science and technology museum. We have met with the
leaders of Insights Museum and they are on board with the transition to the larger vision and want to
be a part of the planning and implementation going forward. So we have not abandoned this
important asset nor ignored the future planning.
From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 10:18 AM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William; Arrieta-Candelaria, Carmen
Subject: Fw: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Pls assist
From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 10:16 AM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Jeni Clark
Email: jclark345@sbcglobal.net
Phone: 915-845-4511
Concern: Problem
Message About: Ballpark
Message: i have heard nothing said about what will happen to the
Insights Museum. Having science educational
opportunities for the children of our community is
important and isn't being addressed. From the ball park
footprint i see the museum is gone. Is this issue being
ignored because it is privately owned so it is not a
concern? Having a children's museum and or science
museum also located downtown is important. There is
synergy from co-locating these museums and library
nearby each other. Please make plans on how to take
care of this issue.
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet; Studer, William
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Thursday, July 12, 2012 11:37:00 AM
Respond as follows:
City leaders have actively been engaged in creating facilities and opportunities for soccer
professional and amateur. Several facilities are on the proposed ballot for November. We also are
collaborating with UTEP to upgrade the Sun Bowl for MLS. The bottom line is MLS will view El Paso
s viability based on our success with Triple-A. That is a test bed for other things.
From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 10:19 AM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: Fw: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Pls assist
From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 10:16 AM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Andy Chiu
Email: achiu93@live.com
Phone: 9155049288
Concern: Suggestion
Message About: Other
Message: Dear city representative The plan to build a downtown
baseball stadium is a bad one. Not only do we already
have a baseball stadium, we lack a stadium for the most
widely played and supported sports in el paso. Soccer.
You should instead simply improve Cohen stadium And
build a multipurpose soccer stadium in downtown. We
are not like other city's like Cleveland. Instead of trying
to emulate them we need to embrace our own
identity. We are truly a soccer city and we should
embrace the talent and love for the sport the city has.
An MLS club would be the best sporting club for the
city. It would draw people to downtown in much greater
numbers than a baseball game in el paso. The baseball
idea is a waste for tax payer money and doesn't benefit
the majority of the youth and tax payers in the city.
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet; Studer, William
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Thursday, July 12, 2012 11:22:00 AM
NO
From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 10:20 AM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: Fw: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Pls advise if you want to respond to the comment below
From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2012 10:16 AM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Michael John
Email: djohn@yisd.net
Phone: 915-781-9801
Concern: Complaint
Message About: Ballpark
Message: Typical El Paso! Build a Park after the Indians saved
the Diablos and are trying to re-vamp the park. Even in
the best of times, Jim Pauls "Diablos" struggled! FOOD
FOR THOUGHT...There are 1000's of Hotel rooms
around "EP INTERNATIONALAIRPORT" (LOL
international) with nothing to attract tourist or
conventions. Way to go! The quality of life in ALBQ. NM
blows EP off the map.....I wonder why???? GOOD OLD
BOY CLUB!
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet
Cc: Studer, William
Subject: Re: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Thursday, July 12, 2012 5:36:32 AM
Advise that they will be a primary tenant and will pay rents for use and access to
facility. City ownership will provide greatest flexibility in terms of opportunities for
other uses and rents and related income. In situations where private ownership
interests occur they usually control access and income to a greater extent. The
ownership group is paying considerable money for the team purchase for the
opportunity to move to EP and assuming greater than normal risk on return. This
is not an unusual arrangement.
Sent from my iPad
On Jul 12, 2012, at 12:40 AM, "Lozano, Juliet" <LozanoJZ@elpasotexas.gov> wrote:
Pls assist in responding
From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2012 09:45 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: James
Email: epwonder713@yahoo.com
Phone: 9154745534
Concern: Complaint
Message About: Ballpark
Message: Why does the city have to pay for the
ballpark? Why not have Hunt and Foster pay
for the stadium? or at least part of the
stadium? Jerry Jones paid for 30% of the
Cowboys stadium
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet
Cc: Arrieta-Candelaria, Carmen; Studer, William
Subject: Re: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Thursday, July 12, 2012 5:33:18 AM
Advise the following:
Thanks for your interest and inquiry. We have a real estate agent exploring several
options now and will have a recommendation by end of month or first week in
August. We wish to find permanent home for City Development Dept and IT
functions to minimize disruption with only one move. All locations will be in
downtown within the government complex area near proximity to San Jacinto Plaza
where close access to city-owned parking already exists. Will notify public for
recommendations as soon as available.
Sent from my iPad
On Jul 12, 2012, at 12:38 AM, "Lozano, Juliet" <LozanoJZ@elpasotexas.gov> wrote:
Please assist in responding
From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2012 06:46 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Joe
Email: Mekidjjoe@elp.rr.com
Phone:
Concern: Praise
Message About: Ballpark
Message: Where will the new city hall be place and or
relocated
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 3:39:00 PM
No Dont answer Nothing to say There is a process to certify petitions and a time frame to so,
along with a deadline to place an item on a ballot They didnt meet it apparently

City Manager

From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 2:36 PM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.
Subject: FW: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Should we even answer the question below?

Juli Lozano
Communications & Public Affairs Manager
City Of El Paso
2 Civic Center Plaza
El Paso, Texas 79901-1196
Tel: 915-541-4010 Cell: 915-472-1949

From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 12:34 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Sandra Harding
Email: sfbharding@sbcglobal.net
Phone: prefer not to be called
Concern: Complaint
Message About: Other
Message: Recently I circulated a petition to have the ballpark/city
hall plan brought before the voters before it is finally
approved. Now it seems that the petition will not have
any effect because the signatures cannot be verified in
time for the plan to appear on the November ballot. This
is very unfair! The voters have a right to be heard on
this question, as it will affect our taxes. And I would like
to add that of the 25 or so neighbors whom I
approached, only 2 refused to sign. Most people realize
that the plan is a big gamble; why didn't the city council
realize this?
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Wednesday, August 01, 2012 2:19:00 PM
Where are you I just came to your office to see what was going on with presentation

City Manager

From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2012 1:19 PM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: Re: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Ok thank u
From: Wilson, Joyce A.
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2012 01:13 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet; Studer, William
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
How is the "El Paso Tomorrow Advisory Committee" constituted? Is it a city entity or a
private entity? If it is a city entity, how exactly are the members appointed--who decides who
they will be? If it is a private committee, does the city have a contract or some other formally
constituted agreement to be working with it? If not, is it registered as a lobbyist, or are the
members registered individually as such?


This group is a private advisory committee consisting of DMD, PDNG and other community
members interested in supporting and advocating for the QoL bond election. (This is similar to the
QoL Bond Committee in 2000 that was spearheaded by the Chamber at that time. ) Initially came
together to coordinate with city on community outreach and recommendations. The group was
working with Rick Horrow as well. City has not formal contract or arrangement other than staff
worked collaboratively up to the presentation on April 18 with the prelimary bond
recommendations and then again on the final recommendations in May. Staffs involvement has
been limited since then because group was evolving into a Political Action Committee to officially
advocate for the bond election in November at least we believe that is going to happen or is
happening.

Cannot respond to the issues of registered lobbyist. Would need to contact them directly or
check.

(Julie, you might want to check with Richarda to see if this group is registered as a lobbyist with
City. I dont believe so.)


City Manager

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From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2012 12:19 PM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: Fw: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
I sent early this morning ...but I know you all have been busy
From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2012 07:09 AM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: Fw: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
The reporter from newspaper tree is now using and checking the q and a on the ballpark. Please
see her questions below
From: Debbie Nathan [mailto:naess2@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2012 06:54 AM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: Re: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
I was checking to see how the site works: who administers the Q&A and how long it takes to
get a response. Now that I've got you on the line, here is a stadium-related question. I will
also submit it on the website:
How is the "El Paso Tomorrow Advisory Committee" constituted? Is it a city entity or a
private entity? If it is a city entity, how exactly are the members appointed--who decides who
they will be? If it is a private committee, does the city have a contract or some other formally
constituted agreement to be working with it? If not, is it registered as a lobbyist, or are the
members registered individually as such?
Thanks!
On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 10:07 PM, Lozano, Juliet <LozanoJZ@elpasotexas.gov> wrote:
me juliet lozano ...how can I help you Debbie?
From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 09:54 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Debbie Nathan
Email: naess2@gmail.com
Phone: (917) 443-1407
Concern:
Message About: Ballpark
Message: Who is answering questions posed here?
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--
Debbie Nathan
naess2@gmail.com
(212) 544-9791
(917) 443-1407
www.debbienathan.com
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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From: Wilson, Joyce A.
To: Lozano, Juliet; Studer, William
Subject: RE: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
Date: Wednesday, August 01, 2012 2:13:00 PM
How is the "El Paso Tomorrow Advisory Committee" constituted? Is it a city entity or a
private entity? If it is a city entity, how exactly are the members appointed--who decides who
they will be? If it is a private committee, does the city have a contract or some other formally
constituted agreement to be working with it? If not, is it registered as a lobbyist, or are the
members registered individually as such?


This group is a private advisory committee consisting of DMD, PDNG and other community
members interested in supporting and advocating for the QoL bond election. (This is similar to the
QoL Bond Committee in 2000 that was spearheaded by the Chamber at that time. ) Initially came
together to coordinate with city on community outreach and recommendations. The group was
working with Rick Horrow as well. City has not formal contract or arrangement other than staff
worked collaboratively up to the presentation on April 18 with the prelimary bond
recommendations and then again on the final recommendations in May. Staffs involvement has
been limited since then because group was evolving into a Political Action Committee to officially
advocate for the bond election in November at least we believe that is going to happen or is
happening.

Cannot respond to the issues of registered lobbyist. Would need to contact them directly or
check.

(Julie, you might want to check with Richarda to see if this group is registered as a lobbyist with
City. I dont believe so.)


City Manager

From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2012 12:19 PM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: Fw: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
I sent early this morning ...but I know you all have been busy
From: Lozano, Juliet
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2012 07:09 AM
To: Wilson, Joyce A.; Studer, William
Subject: Fw: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
The reporter from newspaper tree is now using and checking the q and a on the ballpark. Please
see her questions below
From: Debbie Nathan [mailto:naess2@gmail.com]
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
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Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2012 06:54 AM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: Re: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
I was checking to see how the site works: who administers the Q&A and how long it takes to
get a response. Now that I've got you on the line, here is a stadium-related question. I will
also submit it on the website:
How is the "El Paso Tomorrow Advisory Committee" constituted? Is it a city entity or a
private entity? If it is a city entity, how exactly are the members appointed--who decides who
they will be? If it is a private committee, does the city have a contract or some other formally
constituted agreement to be working with it? If not, is it registered as a lobbyist, or are the
members registered individually as such?
Thanks!
On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 10:07 PM, Lozano, Juliet <LozanoJZ@elpasotexas.gov> wrote:
me juliet lozano ...how can I help you Debbie?
From: webmaster@elpasotexas.gov [mailto:webmaster@elpasotexas.gov]
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 09:54 PM
To: Lozano, Juliet
Subject: City of El Paso Website Visitor Message
A visitor at your website has left you a message.
Name: Debbie Nathan
Email: naess2@gmail.com
Phone: (917) 443-1407
Concern:
Message About: Ballpark
Message: Who is answering questions posed here?
--
Debbie Nathan
naess2@gmail.com
(212) 544-9791
(917) 443-1407
www.debbienathan.com
El Paso-Bill Aleshire
Page 0029
Exhibit F-4
Documents at ssue
8ection 552.137

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