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Beane on City/County Relationship: It Sucks

Rex Andrew, KFYO.com
Rex Andrew, KFYO.com

Beane holds nothing back when asked about the relationship between the city and county.

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Beane Does Not Expect City/County Health Partnership, But $1 Building May Be In the Works

Rex Andrew, KFYO.com
Rex Andrew, KFYO.com

“I’m hopeful that soon we might could make an announcement that we might have a building that we can buy for a single dollar bill,” Beane said.

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Councilman Paul Beane Talks Proposition 2 and Health Department on Lubbock’s First News [AUDIO]

Ariel Walden, KFYO.com
Ariel Walden, KFYO.com

On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, councilman Paul R. Beane joined Chad and Rex in studio to discuss what happened at yesterday's city council meeting.

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Councilman Paul Beane Tells Why He Attends Just One Tech Game a Year — for About Five Minutes

Rex Andrew, KFYO.com
Rex Andrew, KFYO.com

Beane is still furious about the way Tech fans booed the Aggie Band two years ago.

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Will Mayor Tom Martin Look for More Conservative Candidates After Council Raises Taxes?

Rex Andrew, KFYO.com
Rex Andrew, KFYO.com

Mayor Tom Martin wants conservatives on the council, but avoided saying that he would specifically recruit conservatives to run for the council in the next election.

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Does Councilman Todd Klein’s Proposal Make the Homeless More or Less Vulnerable?

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Councilman Paul Beane says a proposal by Councilman Todd Klein would make the homeless more vulnerable, not less.

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Do We Really Want The City Council To Have This Kind Of Authority?

City of Lubbock
City of Lubbock

Paul Beane is right. The city charter needs to be updated, at least part of it. Here's another example.

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City Charter Says You Can Be Drafted Into The Police Force

City of Lubbock
City of Lubbock

Maybe Councilman Paul Beane is right about updating the city charter. Did you know you can be drafted into the police force?

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Mayor Tom Martin On Lubbock’s First News [AUDIO]

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Lubbock Mayor Tom Martin joined KFYO's Rex Andrew and Paul R. Beane on the Friday edition of Lubbock's First News to discuss Thursday's council meeting. 

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No Insurance? No Problem… Walk

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Beane - mylubbock.us

This week, the Lubbock City Council will debate and possibly vote on a new ordinance that would give Police the discretion to tow a vehicle if the driver doesn't have auto insurance. Councilman Paul Beane and Councilman Jim Gilbreath are sponsors of the ordinance. This ordinance has been passed in other cities in Texas, such as Dallas and Corpus Christi, so it's nothing new to the state.

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