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Lubbock road improvements approved

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

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Overall, Would You Say the City of Lubbock is Heading in a Positive or Negative Direction? [POLL]

KFYO Poll of the Day

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Submit Your Questions for Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson

What would you like to ask Mayor Glen Robertson?

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Lubbock City Attorney Sam Medina to Resign

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.

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Lubbock Senior Center to Host American Senior Idol

The event is free to enter, and a grand prize will be awarded to the top performer.

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Lubbock City Council Approves Pay Increases, Power Plan Committee

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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Does Lubbock Need Tornado Sirens? [POLL]

KFYO Poll of the Day

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City of Lubbock Crews Clean Up After Water Line Breaks in Rush Neighborhood

The first line break occurred near 16th Street and Salem Avenue around midnight on Friday, and the second occurred about 6:30 a.m. Friday at 11th Street and Toledo Avenue.

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City Public Meetings

The City of Lubbock will hold several public meetings this week.

On Monday, February 17th, the Lubbock Libraries Board will meet at Noon, at the Patterson Library, 1836 Parkway Drive; at 5:30pm, the Oil & Gas Citizen Advisory Committee will meet at City Hall; 1625 13th Street, Committee Room 103.

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Lubbock City Council Approves New Godeke Library Lease, Puts City Attorney Sam Medina on Unpaid Leave, Approves New Glocks For Lubbock Police

At their meeting Thursday evening, the Lubbock City Council tried out a new citizen comment procedure and approved a new location for a library that has been a hot button issue for several years.

The Council has removed the time limit for individual speakers, but

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