Yesterday, local taxpayer watchdog Mikel Ward filed an open records request with the City of Lubbock. The request was for Requests for Proposals (RFP's) concerning the development of a new power plant for Lubbock Power & Light and other agreements with Lubbock Power & Light and the West Texas Municipal Power Authority.
Friday on Lubbock's First News, Mayor Glen Robertson talked with Tom and Laura about the city council meeting that took place Thursday night, including its dramatic discourse, as well as the problems with LP&L and the Electric and Utility Board.
Dwight McDonald, an attorney, works part time as a magistrate for the City’s Municipal Court, which the Council and City Attorney Sam Medina hold is a violation of the City Charter, which bars those employed by the City from being on the EUB.
Kring mentioned that recently, a Lubbock Power and Light vehicle had been hit by gunfire with the employee inside. Kring warned that negative rhetoric against the utility can lead to those grave consequences.
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