One year after taking office, Councilman Victor Hernandez remains on the council, in violation of the city charter.
A city councilman has been elected to a committee regarding retirement matters. Read more after the jump.
The city charter apparently isn't worth the paper it's written on.
Mayor Martin joined Chad and Rex and Friday's edition of LFN to discuss the city of Lubbock.
The Lubbock City Council has decided not to pursue the issue of Councilman Hernandez's eligibility to serve on the council further. Keep reading to find out more about their decision.
What should the Lubbock City Council do regarding Victor Hernandez? Should there be another city charter review committee? Chad gives his thoughts and wants yours after the jump.
What action should the Lubbock City Council take against Victor Hernandez and his eligibility to serve on Thursday? Vote and comment after the jump.
The uncertainty about whether Hernandez is eligible to remain in office still exists.
Today's poll deals with Councilman Victor Hernandez and the District Attorney. Keep reading to vote and comment.
Lubbock District Attorney Matt Powell is not going to bring the case of a Lubbock councilman who was in office with delinquent property taxes to a court. Keep reading to find out the City's only other option for a court to decide if Victor Hernandez was ineligible to assume and hold office.