Robertson has said that he has asked City Attorney Sam Medina to look into having citizen comments on Thursday evenings and then hold the actual Council meeting on Friday mornings.
On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Mayor Glen Robertson talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about the latest coming out of city council.
Twenty-five citizens turned out to voice their opinion on issues such as the Lubbock Power and Light electric rate, Market Lubbock and the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance, the City of Lubbock’s debt load, and annexation.
What would you ask the Mayor?
On the Thursday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Mayor Glen Robertson spoke with Chad Hasty about tonight's city council meeting and the backlash from his recent comments concerning LEDA and Market Lubbock.
The Chad Hasty Show airs 8:30-11am on 790AM KFYO. Listen online at kfyo.com and on your phone with the radioPup App.
The proposed tax rate is 1.23 cents higher than last year’s rate, meaning that if the rate is ultimately approved, a Lubbock homeowner with a $100,000 home would pay another $12.30 in property taxes. Citizens are invited to share their thoughts with the Council at the meeting.
Listen to Chad's thought's in today's podcast.
Mayor Glen Robertson claims he is receiving political threats.
Overall, 15 people addressed the Council about LP&L’s rates.