So far, 10 cases of neuroinvasive West Nile Virus have been identified in the city of Lubbock this year.
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The museums will accept toy donations to benefit local children through Friday, December 14th.
Local traffic will still have access to neighborhoods to the south from Frankford Avenue and Fulton Avenue from the east and Juneau and Iola Avenues from the west.
Regularly scheduled trash pickup will not take place on Thursday or Friday, and there will be limited trash pickup on Saturday. Normal pickup resumes on Monday.
The Lubbock Metropolitan Planning Organization submitted a funding request from the Texas Department of Transportation for $750,000.
The Council also considered a pay increase for the municipal judge, funds for a memorial, and eliminating the position of the mayor's executive assistant.
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs says that the growth was led by collections from oil and natural gas-related sectors.
Crews are doing most of the work during the evening hours to avoid disruptions to neighborhood school traffic.
The section of Frankford Avenue is directly adjacent to a school, and the section is being paved at night to avoid disrupting school traffic.
State sales tax revenue continues to increase in Texas and Lubbock, according to the Texas Comptroller's Office. The sales tax revenue reports released today indicate that $551 million dollars were distributed to local and county governments, an increase of 11.6 percent compared to September of 2011.