City Representative Lily Limón, District 7 - El Paso, TX

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Operating as usual

District 7 Newsletter
05/25/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter

May 13th was the annual Postal Service Food Drive in support of the El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Drive. Representative Carl Robinson challenged Council to match his donation. Mayor Leeser donated 2,000 lbs. and I donated 1,000 lbs. of food.  Thank you El Pasoans for helping feed the hungry.

District 7 Newsletter
05/16/2017
Look What We Found, An Unsent Newsletter.

District 7 Newsletter

Thank you Carolina Center staff for hosting an Easter carnival for the children in the community. It was fun delivering this very festive piñata.

District 7 Thursday's Bulletin Board
04/27/2017
District 7 Thursday's Bulletin Board

District 7 Thursday's Bulletin Board

The contest required students to create a 30-second public service announcement (PSA) video based on the theme “Recycle Right, El Paso” that focuses on the importance of recycling.

District 7 Special Announcements
04/21/2017
District 7 Special Announcements

District 7 Special Announcements

· Drowning is one of the leading causes of unintentional, injury-related deaths in the United States and is the second leading cause among children ages 1-14.

District 7 Newsletter
04/18/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter

Thank you to District Attorney Jaime Esparza and his office for sponsoring this annual event that recognizes the people that have been victims of a crime. They lost their lives, but they continue to be remembered by our community.

District 7 Newsletter
04/11/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter

Congratulations Zuill Bailey for being honored with the Star on The Mountain Recognition. As a multiple Grammy Award winner, we are proud you have chosen El Paso as your home.   In appreciation, Zuill delighted the audience with a beautiful peace.

District 7 Newsletter
04/05/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter

Big Red Basketball TeamJudge John Chatman & Trustee  Connie WoodruffThank you Dr. Xavier De La Torre for the invitation to join the Bel Air community at the groundbreaking ceremony of the new Bel Air Middle School. It is always a pleasure to join students and staff at THE District events.

District 7 Newsletter
03/27/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter

As is customary every year, a proclamation celebrating the contributions of César Chávez is read before city council. This year's celebration participants were Lincoln Conservation Committee,  César Chávez Academy, Sin Fronteras Organizing Project, Tejano Democrats and Senator José Rodríguez. ¡Viva ...

District 7 Newsletter
03/21/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter

Always a pleasure to visit students and last week I had the opportunity to visit Bel Air High School. Principal Charlie Garcia is inmensely proud of all his students. I had the opportunity to meet the State Champion Wrestler Christian Hernandez. He is a very proud young man who is also running for o...

District 7 Newsletter
03/14/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter

Congratulations to the Purchasing Department under the leadership of Bruce Collins who were recognized at our last council meeting. We recognized a group of strong people by reading a proclamation proclaiming March as Brain Injury Awareness Month.

District 7 Newsletter
03/07/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter

Thank you Tierra del Sol students who visited us and led the pledge of allegiance during council meeting. These beautiful young people are the top readers and the Million Word Readers at their school. Congratulations.

District 7 Newsletter
02/21/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter

Thank you Armando Vela (top)  and Hector Montes (bottom) for allowing us to share these beautiful photos of our recent lunar eclipse. Gracias.

District 7 Newsletter
02/13/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter

Thank you Mission Valley Elementary School students for leading us in the Pledge of Allegiance before city council meeting.

Juno (El Paso Zoo's elephant) has cancer?
02/03/2017
February is American Heart Month

Juno (El Paso Zoo's elephant) has cancer?

Art Fierro was recognized for his service as President of the RioCOG. His fellow officers, Com. Carlos Leon, Com. Andrew Haggerty, Judge Jeannette Duer, and Executive Director Annette Gutierrez congratulate him. Thank you very much for your dedication and leadership!

District 7 Newsletter, Boy!
01/26/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter, Boy!

Enjoy these two videos. The first one was produced by the El Paso Times and the second one was produced by JamPak Productions. Thank you.

Exclusive Content!
01/20/2017
Exclusive Content!

Exclusive Content!

Thank you Hope Border Institute for bringing together the community to hear five testimonies by Dreamers and five Meditations on Peace. Everyone was invited to sign the community pledge. 

District 7 Newsletter January 10, 2017
01/13/2017
District 7 Newsletter

District 7 Newsletter January 10, 2017

Thank You Victoria and Valerie Mascorro from Eastwood Knolls International School for leading City Council with the Pledge of Allegiance.

News
12/16/2016
News

News

Join your community in sharing a new holiday celebration this 18th of December from 5:30pm-8:00pm!The Deby Lewis Holiday Lights Family Fun Walk will start at the Eastwood High School Parking Lot over to the Eastridge Homes that will be lit up for the Holiday Season.  The course will end at the Eastw...

More good news
11/17/2016
More good news

More good news

Only in El Paso, our Veterans celebrate by having a menudo breakfast - breakfast of Heroes.Thank you Veterans for your service.

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11/11/2016
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Enrique Moreno, President of the Centro Cultural Mexicano Paso del Norte welcomes Governor Aispuro and Consul General Marcos Bucio. On behalf of Mayor Oscar Leeser I presented the Key to the City to Governor Aispuro. Governor Aispuro 

District 7 Newsletter July 28, 2016
11/03/2016
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District 7 Newsletter July 28, 2016

I was honored and touched to join Border Network for Human Rights this weekend as they held the second #HugsNotWalls event where more than three hundred families gathered to hug and embrace loved ones in the middle of the Rio Grande.  These hugs are an act by which border residents protest harsh bor...

District 7 and City News
10/07/2016
Spooky News 🎃

District 7 and City News

I was honored to read the Bowie Alumni proclamation. Gilbert was named the Outstanding Ex and will be participating in all the homecoming activities. Felicidades.

The latest and the greatest.
09/27/2016
Community Meeting September 28, 2016

The latest and the greatest.

September 28, 2016 6:00 pmGabriel's Cafe,  1270 Giles(There will be no 7:30 am meeting this month)Guest Speaker:  Khalil Zaied, Deputy City Managerof Public Works and Transportation Mr. Zaied joined the City of El Paso this summer and is heading  the city departments of capital improvement, streets…

District #7 Newsletter September 22, 2016
09/26/2016
District #7 Newsletter September 22, 2016

District #7 Newsletter September 22, 2016

Thank you Loretto Angels for leading us in the Pledge of Allegiance this week. It is always a joy to have all these smiling faces around us so early in the morning.

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300 N Campbell St
El Paso, TX
79901

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Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 08:00 - 17:00

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Support, Sgt. Roberto Cardenas of the El Paso Police Department , as He is one of the 100 Law Enforcement Officers from around the world and the only one from Texas to have been selected to be a Torchbearer in the 2019 Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi. Below is a link for his fundraiser, all 100 of the torchbearers are raising money for the athletes participating in the World Games. They will be running with the Special Olympics Flame of Hope through all Seven Emirates of the United Arab Emirates. The Run will begin in Fujariah and end in Abu Dhabi. Help them as they Help spread the message of Acceptance and Inclusion, not only in sports but in Society. Donate : rcardenas.org
We need to do something about these construction zones. All of the construction going on. I think we need to make it a law that only 2 projects can go on at any given time. 2, that means the freeway Mesa, any state-owned street AND El Paso owned CAN ONLY HAVE 2 construction area at any time, no matter what. This will help with traffic and allow for less issues that come from all this stupid construction. Having Transmountain as a rerouting point is DUMB. One accident and the whole side is no a traffic nightmare. They are using El Paso Police Department for the traffic, I AM NOT paying my city police to be the state b*tches! Whoever planned this or approved it is an idiot and is not doing whats best for El Pasoians.