Several road infrastructure projects were approved by Lubbock Metropolitan Planning Organization’s transportation policy committee yesterday during the committee’s regular meeting.
The eight approved projects for the 2015-18 Transportation Improvement Program are: Continuing to rebuild 34th Street, with special attention to the stretch of the road between Quaker and Indiana avenues; Adding landscaping improvements along University Avenue between Marsha Sharp Freeway and Amherst Street; Continuing to rebuild Erskine Street, with between Texas Tech Parkway and Indiana Avenue; Widening a stretch of 98th Street from University Avenue to U
Medina was hired in August of 2009 as city attorney. He took leave from the City after his soon-to-be ex-daughter-in-law made allegations that Sam Medina had sexually assaulted her over a period of several years.
Three City employees now have an increased salary, a board will look into alternative and renewable energy sources, and a settlement for the family of a motorcyclist killed last year were approved by the Lubbock City Council.
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