Citizens are in charge of their financial decisions, not elected officials.
Council members heard a push from a citizen to allow off-leash hours at a local park, a new truck stop, and an expansion for the City’s three-year-old animal shelter.
Lubbock's mayor will run unopposed, District 1 Councilman Victor Hernandez will have two challengers, District 5 Councilwoman Karen Gibson will have one challenger, and three people will try for the District 3 seat being vacated by Todd Klein.
Three City employees now have an increased salary, a board will look into alternative and renewable energy sources, and a settlement for the family of a motorcyclist killed last year were approved by the Lubbock City Council.
Klein did not elaborate on when the item would appear on the City Council agenda.
Thursday on Lubbock's First News, District 3 Councilman Todd Klein discussed his decision not to return to his seat on the Lubbock City Council.
Klein feels that he "can do more as a private citizen in this time in life
Klein did say that “Should the opportunity to serve in public office present itself at another time, I will consider that possibility then.”
On the Wednesday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, District 3 councilman Todd Klein talked with Chad Hasty about the latest going on in the City of Lubbock
What would you ask Councilman Todd Klein?