District 1 Councilman Victor Hernandez and District 2 Councilman Floyd Price are inviting the public to a meeting regarding proposed safety improvements at certain locations along Avenue Q between 19th and 50th Streets.
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.
Councilman Floyd Price encourages residents of District 2 to bring their questions and concerns to the meeting.
This time, Julian Hernandez spoke in front of the Council wearing a panda hat with long tassels running down the sides, and had some comments for many of the City Council members.
According to Garza, each recall petition verification process costs between $2,000 and $3,000. She said that Harris is welcome to file another petition.
Harris needs 509 valid signatures from voters in District 2, and 10 percent of the signers must sign an affidavit stating that they voted for the officeholder in the previous election.
Lubbock City Secretary Becky Garza announced the results of the recall petition Tuesday afternoon at City Hall
Another recall petition has been filed against the District 2 City Councilman.
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On Wednesday's edition of Lubbock's First News, city secretary Becky Garza talked with Tom Collins and guest host Sondra Ziegler about the recent failed petition to recall Councilman Floyd Price.