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City of Lubbock Offices to Close For Labor Day Holiday

Cole Shooter, KFYO.com
Cole Shooter, KFYO.com

City offices will be closed on Monday, September 2nd, and there will be no trash collection.

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Lubbock City Council to Discuss Omni Building, Hold Proposed Tax Rate Public Hearing Thursday

Cole Shooter, KFYO.com
Cole Shooter, KFYO.com

The proposed tax rate is 1.23 cents higher than last year’s rate, meaning that if the rate is ultimately approved, a Lubbock homeowner with a $100,000 home would pay another $12.30 in property taxes. Citizens are invited to share their thoughts with the Council at the meeting.

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Second Recall Attempt Against Councilman Floyd Price Fails

Rob Snyder, KFYO.com
Rob Snyder, KFYO.com

Lubbock City Secretary Becky Garza announced the results of the recall petition Tuesday afternoon at City Hall

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District 6 Lubbock City Councilwoman Latrelle Joy to Hold Town Hall Meeting Monday

Cole Shooter, KFYO.com
Cole Shooter, KFYO.com

Joy said “I look forward to meeting with District 6 constituents to discuss topics of interest, hear their concerns, and answer any questions they may have regarding City of Lubbock operations.

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Lake Alan Henry Wildlife Mitigation Area Hunting Schedule Released by City of Lubbock

Cole Shooter, KFYO.com
Cole Shooter, KFYO.com

Hunting access is only allowed on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays during the hunting season, and game permits must be purchased in advance with deadlines that vary by game.

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Lubbock City Councilman Todd Klein to Hold Coffee With Citizens Tuesday

Cole Shooter, KFYO.com
Cole Shooter, KFYO.com

Klein said that he is looking forward to discussing and receiving citizen feedback on topics such as tornado sirens, emergency response alert systems, the City of Lubbock budget, and more.

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City of Lubbock Issues Rebuttal to Report City is Running Out Water

Scott Olson, Getty Images
Scott Olson, Getty Images

A internet publication which claimed Lubbock was the number one city to run out of water has drawn a response from the City of Lubbock.

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Pertussis Increase in Lubbock For 2013

Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images
Chip Somodevilla, Getty Images

The malady begins like the common cold, with runny nose or congestion, sneezing, and sometimes mild cough or fever. The cough worsens and becomes severe after one to two weeks.

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Some Lubbock Streets to Close For Water Pipeline Construction

Cole Shooter, KFYO.com
Cole Shooter, KFYO.com

Motorists are advised to use caution while driving in these areas.

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Council Chided On Lubbock Power and Light Rates, Approves Severance Package For Former City Manager Lee Ann Dumbauld

Cole Shooter, KFYO.com
Cole Shooter, KFYO.com

Overall, 15 people addressed the Council about LP&L’s rates.

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