The Lubbock City Council did not consider the resolution, offered by District 3 Councilman Todd Klein.
On Wednesday's edition of Lubbock's First News, city councilman Todd Klein talked with Chad and Rex about the city council's decision to hold some city council sessions at night.
At least one evening meeting will be held per quarter to allow citizens that work during the normal meeting hours to attend.
“I’m willing to look at it. I’m not in favor of all the meetings being at night.”
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.
Discussion of closing some municipal swimming pools comes during Council talks regarding the drought contingency plan for the spring and summer of this year.
City Councilman Todd Klein announced on Facebook this morning that he would not run for Mayor.
Some of the topics to be discussed include strategic planning and strategic budgeting, and residents of any district are invited to bring any suggestions, concerns, or questions to the meeting.
Currently, Lubbock City Council meetings generally begin at 7:30 a.m. with a citizen comment period.
Some of the discussion topics will include the City of Lubbock Health Department, Lubbock Power and Light, the City budget, and other questions from attendees.