The ordinance would ban the sale, public display, possession, or use of the drugs.;
Only one person showed up to discuss the issue at citizen comments, and he spoke in support of legalizing drugs.
“Those are packages of poison, and they’re sold to your children, and my children, and every child here. They’re sold at smoke shops around town,” said Gina Johnson.
Citizens will have the opportunity to visit with Price and provide comments, and all members of the public are invited to attend.
The meeting will be held at Emmanuel Worship Center, located at 1102 70th Street at 6:30 p.m. Citizens are invited to visit and provide comments to the Councilman.
Referring to Councilman Victor Hernandez, Beane said, "He's a world class phony."
In honor of Memorial Day, two major observances to honor fallen military took place this morning in Lubbock, including the traditional service at the City of Lubbock Cemetery.
The May 12th election in Lubbock features three City Council seats up for grabs, as well as the position of Lubbock mayor.
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