“We have a large Big Gulp. There’s not many straws in it yet.”
Who is violating the water restrictions?
Texas water wars, Ellerbrook case in Lubbock is odd, and more in today's Morning Brief.
“We are in much better shape than the thousands of other cities in the state of Texas that are in some stage of drought contingency."
The cause of the unsafe levels could be due to contamination from farming operations, or as a result of the natural geology of the area, as arsenic occurs naturally.
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Mayor Tom Martin joined Chad and Rex on Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News. 03/04/2011
The Mayor of Lubbock, Tom Martin, joined Chad Hasty and Rex Andrew on Friday's Lubbock's First News. 02/25/2011
In my 10-plus years living in Lubbock it seems like there is an annual ritual of sorts; a rite of passage one must go through if you're going to drive in Lubbock during the winter.
That's right, you guessed it. The "Annual Dodging of Patches of (Black) Ice on Lubbock Streets Because of Sprinkler Runoff".
Another month, another major problem with the water supply for the city of Tahoka.
Yesterday, the city's water supply was shut off for a few hours as repairs were made because of a break in another main. Residents will have to boil water through at least Monday.