On the Tuesday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, District 3 Councilman Todd Klein spoke with guest host Paul Beane about some of the issues affecting the city of Lubbock.
Dumbauld was fired by the City following Amarillo attorney Tom Riney’s report to the Council on July 15th of this year.
Some of the items to be discussed include proposed tornado sirens, emergency response alert systems, Godeke Library, Lubbock Power and Light, and more.
This time, Julian Hernandez spoke in front of the Council wearing a panda hat with long tassels running down the sides, and had some comments for many of the City Council members.
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.
This means that the owners of a $100,000 home will pay $12.30 more in property taxes to the City of Lubbock over last year.
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The proposed tax rate is 1.23 cents higher than last year’s rate, meaning that if the rate is ultimately approved, a Lubbock homeowner with a $100,000 home would pay another $12.30 in property taxes.
On Thursday's edition of Lubbock's First News, District 3 Councilman Todd Klein talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about his plans for water rate stabilization.
At tonight's city council meeting, Klein will present his plan to overhaul the water rate system for the city of Lubbock