City Council Candidate Randy Sanders Talks Public Safety and Campaign Issues on Lubbock’s First News [AUDIO]
On Tuesday’s edition of Lubbock’s First News, Randy Sanders, candidate for City Council District 6, talked with Chad and Rex about some of his campaign issues for the upcoming election.
One of Sanders’ big concerns is the Lubbock Police Department. He said that, if elected, he would like to see the police department receive better equipment, as well as more incentive for officers to remain with the department.
“The police and fire protection is economic development. As our community grows, and if we get a low crime rate, and our homes are protected by our firefighters, which they are, then businesses will want to move here. People will want to move here.”
Sanders said he would like to see something done about the old police station, and that having several police substations in Lubbock would be a great idea. He also spoke about other campaign issues, such as the difference between taxes and fees, as well as neighborhood concerns such as streets, crime, and water restrictions.
For more information on Randy’s Sanders campaign, visit his website at sandersforlubbock.com.