Mayor Glen Robertson responded to allegations of discrimination toward the LP&L CEO from a Texas Tech faculty group on Thursday
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The Texas Tech group of Chinese faculty allege discrimination against LP&L CEO Dr. Gary Zheng
The City of Lubbock will hold several public meetings this week.
On Monday, February 17th, the Lubbock Libraries Board will meet at Noon, at the Patterson Library, 1836 Parkway Drive; at 5:30pm, the Oil & Gas Citizen Advisory Committee will meet at City Hall; 1625 13th Street, Committee Room 103.
Wednesday, the members of joint task force tasked with helping to ease tensions between the City of Lubbock and Lubbock Power & Light were announced.
Mayor Glen Robertson will head the city's side and he will be joined by council members Karen Gibson and Latrelle Joy.
Council heard from a number of citizens on removing citizen comments from Channel 2 broadcast and the City's treatment of east Lubbock, and made decisions regarding downtown redevelopment and much more.
The lot at 19th Street and University Avenue will be designated as the Tim Cole Memorial Park.
Under this plan, the fixed rate will cause LP&L to over and under-recover purchased power costs in order to keep customer bills from experiencing dips and spikes.