At least one evening meeting will be held per quarter to allow citizens that work during the normal meeting hours to attend.
Some campaigns for both Lubbock City Council and Lubbock ISD Board of Trustees may become quite heated for the May elections.
Some incumbents on the Lubbock City Council and the Lubbock ISD Board of Trustees will have to face off against an opponent.
One Lubbock City councilman wants to have the Council's meetings in the evening at least once per quarter. Would your involvement change if they did? Let us know what you think.
Beane represents District 4. The district covers much of south Lubbock generally from 50th Street south to the city limits.
“I’m not voting to raise taxes,” Martin said. “I never have, above what the voters approved, and I will not do it in the future.”
“We have a good relationship with the city,” Head said.
“I’ve got a solution if we could get to work on it right away,” Beane said on KFYO. “Let’s drill two wells.”
On Tuesday's edition of Lubbock's First News, District 4 councilman Paul Beane gave his views on the issue of potentially closing all four City of Lubbock swimming pools.
Victor Hernandez compares Councilman Paul R. Beane to an attack dog in an email to the media and supporters.