On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Lubbock Mayor Tom Martin joined Chad and Rex in studio to talk about yesterday's city council meeting.
“In this age of media, I guess anybody that’s mad about anything is a story,” Mayor Martin said.
Mayor Tom Martin expects homeless people at tent city will be given a "grace period" before moving.
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.
Lubbock's city manager said exit came after verbal attack.
Mayor Tom Martin said that in the aftermath of the meeting, there has been a discussion about the incident and how to handle such an incident in the future.
LEDA, the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance, earlier today announced the creation of 160 new jobs in Lubbock, spread out over five different companies. The average salary for the new jobs is over $40,000
Animals needed the rain. Just ask the mayor (and his wife).
Mayor Tom Martin is looking for support from the city council to limit the expected tax increase.
Mayor Tom Martin expects a battle over taxes when the council talks about the budget next month.