Earlier this week, Lubbock's Electric Utility Board recommended that the city raise rates by July 1. The increase in rates would increase the average residential bill by about $10. So far, not everyone is sold on the idea. Mayor Glen Robertson has said before he wants to wait to re-evaluate rates until the end of the fiscal year. Councilman Beane agrees with Robertson and both have said that the hot Summer months is when LP&L makes their money.

Other member's of the City Council haven't committed one way or the other. What do you think they should do? Let us know in today's LFN Poll of the Day.