On the Thursday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson talked with Chad Hasty about the latest going on with Lubbock Power and Light and other issues affecting Lubbock.
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Some temporary service has been established to customers in the areas where new construction will be required to reestablish permanent electric service.
LP&L states that the storm caused severe damage to infrastructure throughout their entire service territory, leading to more than 19,000 reported outages at its peak.
Only call 911 if a power line poses an immediate danger on the ground. The City reminds citizens to save 911 for emergencies only.
A number of Lubbock streets are still blocked off and more than a thousand are without power following Wednesday night's severe weather event.
Lubbock Power and Light will close a service branch office at the end of business today.
LP&L announced on their Facebook page around 4 o’clock today the closing of their Southwest Lubbock branch at 82nd and Slide in the Lowe’s Market. LP&L says the branch is being closed due to circumstances beyond th
On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Lubbock Mayor Glen Robertson talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about the latest coming out of city council.
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EUB Chairman Gail Kring asserted that if the utility’s bond ratings dipped, it could mean greater expense for Lubbockites later on.