Friday on Lubbock's First News, Mayor Glen Robertson talked with Tom and Laura about some of the recent troubling issues that have come up within the Lubbock City Council, discussed in the meeting last night
Dwight McDonald, an attorney, works part time as a magistrate for the City’s Municipal Court, which the Council and City Attorney Sam Medina hold is a violation of the City Charter, which bars those employed by the City from being on the EUB.
Kring mentioned that recently, a Lubbock Power and Light vehicle had been hit by gunfire with the employee inside. Kring warned that negative rhetoric against the utility can lead to those grave consequences.
This means that the owners of a $100,000 home will pay $12.30 more in property taxes to the City of Lubbock over last year.
A local blogger has stirred some controversy regarding five Lubbock City Council members attending a Texas Tech football game in the box of Chancellor Kent Hance.
Overall, 15 people addressed the Council about LP&L’s rates.
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On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Mayor Glen Robertson spoke with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about last night's city council meeting.
Aurora Chaides-Hernandez sued Bank of America in late 2011 to stop the foreclosure of the home using her husband, Victor, who is also an attorney, to represent her. They lost the suit.