Here are a few things to watch for at tonight's City Council Meeting.
The Council approved the ordinance 6-0, which prohibits “the sale, public display for sale, attempted sale, gift, barter, delivery, possession, or use of illicit synthetic drugs and misbranded drugs.”
All members of the public are invited to weigh in on City topics.
“If this was an easy problem to resolve, it would have been resolved years ago by the federal government and the state government,” said Medina.
On the Wednesday edition of the Chad Hasty Show, Councilman Todd Klein joined Chad in studio to give his thoughts on the latest coming out of city council.
Attendees are encouraged to provide questions, suggestions, comments, and ideas to Klein.
The upcoming City of Lubbock budget, which will begin on October 1st, includes a three-percent across the board pay increase for City employees, coming out to around $3.8 million dollars.
On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, District 3 city councilman Todd Klein joined Allen Corbin and Rex Andrew to discuss all the latest news coming out of city council.
Some citizens, including two men that owned different printing businesses, spoke out against the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance for awarding $64,500 in incentives to Copy Craft Printers.
The Lubbock Water Advisory Commission approved a plan from Mayor Glen Robertson to lower base meter fees by 25% from 28 dollars per month to 21 dollars per month.