A widespread blackout hit the Hub City Saturday morning at 2:15. Over 75% of the city was without power
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District 1 Lubbock City Councilman Victor Hernandez this morning released a wide-ranging statement that states why he is in favor of increasing electrical rates for Lubbock Power and Light customers.
For the average home using 1,000 kilowatt-hours, the full proposed increase would have added $6.94 as of July 1st, and another increase of $2.51 as of October 1st.
Paul Beane, the City Council, and LP&L. George Zimmerman charged, and more in today's Morning Brief.
Councilman Paul Beane called in to LFN to discuss why the council approved the rebate changes to LP&L at yesterday's city council meeting.
Should the Electric Utility Board be elected? You tell us in today's LFN Poll of the Day.
The Lubbock City Council unanimously approved the changes to LP&L, which includes removing the requirement to send out customer rebates.
Should the City of Lubbock continue to be required to give out LP&L rebates? Let us know your thoughts in today's LFN Poll of the Day.
Refunds are on their way out. What are your thoughts?
Customer refunds will no longer be required under the current ordinance, rather allowing LP&L to simply have the option out of the General Reserve.