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National Travel and Tourism Week in Lubbock

National Travel and Tourism Week will be recognized in Lubbock in early May. At the last city council meeting, Mayor Pro-Tem Jim Gerlt said Lubbock’s tourism industry is a catalyst for local businesses and garners sales tax revenue with outside money.

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Lubbock Moves Closer to Allowing Urban Hens

After lengthy public comment in favor, the Lubbock city council passed the first reading of two ordinances that would allow citizens to keep up to six hens in their backyard.

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Lubbock’s Land Annexation Committee Prepares to Present Recommendation

The City of Lubbock is set to receive recommendations for annexing new land from a committee, formed last September, at the first city council meeting in May.

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How is the Lubbock City Council Doing? Rate Their Overall Job Performance [POLL]

KFYO Poll of the Day

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NELCDC Recieves Funding Under Amended Grant Agreement

The NELCDC will receive a grant of more than $342,000 in multiple payments through September 2015, with a clause for the city to end the agreement at any time with 30-days written notice.

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Lubbock City Council Brief for April 9th Meeting

Storm water rates are once again the topic of discussion at this week’s Lubbock City Council meeting.

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Should Lubbock Residents Be Allowed to Own Chickens? [POLL]

KFYO Poll of the Day.

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City of Lubbock Begins Search for New City Manager

The Lubbock City Council began the process of searching for a new city manager to replace current city manager, James Loomis, at their last regularly scheduled meeting in March.

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Argument in Lubbock City Council Meeting Over Oil & Gas Amendment

Lubbock City Council members passed the second reading of amendments to the Oil and Gas ordinance that will create an oil and gas advisory committee and increase well set back distance to 600-feet from 300, to the disappointment of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce.

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Does Liberty Trump Local Control? [POLL]

KFYO Poll of the Day

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