According to the City, Lubbock Power and Light found another bad arrestor, which caused Saturday morning’s blackout, and was in the process of shifting electrical loads when a power surge occurred.
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A widespread blackout hit the Hub City Saturday morning at 2:15. Over 75% of the city was without power
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?