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The City of Lubbock's City Secretary's office completed a recount of last week's District 1 election on Saturday. The recount was requested by one of the losing candidates, Frank Gutierrez.
The recount confirmed Victor Hernandez's (pictured) win in the District 1 race
After losing the May 10th Local Option Election to opponent Victor Hernandez, Frank Gutierrez raised concerns that St. Joseph Catholic Church, an established voting location, was also the church that Hernandez attended. St. Joseph released a statement Friday, May 16th, responding to the allegations.
The recount petition filed by Frank Gutierrez for the District One City Council position did not meet all of the state statute required elements of a recount petition, but they have the opportunity to make changes.
On Thursday evening, the Lubbock City Council chose to hold off on reopening 14th Street and Avenue K near the Omni building, appointed a new city attorney, and declined to create a new task force.
City Councilman Victor Hernandez has announced plans for a meeting on May 17th regarding a proposed Zone Change Request that would change a section of North University Avenue from Heavy Commercial zoning to Retail Commercial zoning.
On the Tuesday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Lana Moore, Lubbock City Council candidate for District 1, spoke with Chad Hasty about her campaign.
Friday afternoon, District 1 Lubbock City Councilman Victor Hernandez announced he returned $2,500 in campaign donations to 10 different donors. Hernandez is running for re-election in District 1
On this week's edition of The Matt Crow Show, District 1 City Councilman Victor Hernandez spoke with Matt Crow to share his thoughts on some of the major local issues in Lubbock.
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.