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Lubbock County Commissioners Move Through Long Agenda Quickly

Lubbock County

Not including a closed session, 28 items were on the county commissioners’ agenda.  None were as controversial as in recent meetings which dealt with the budget.   The items were disposed of at a rate of about one every other minute.

One item that took longer dealt with pay for jurors.  Commissioners decided to set the pay– after a juror serves two days– at the same rate set by the state.  Beginning October 1, that will be $30 per day.

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