On Tuesday's edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Hasty expounded on several rapidly expanding stories with news from the Lubbock County Commissioner's Court, the Lubbock County Justice of the Peace offices, and more.

Hasty talked about the 3-2 vote by the Lubbock County Commissioners putting the decision on a bond for nearly $100 million in road improvements up to the voters of the county in a May election.

Also discussed was the news brought to light by newly seated Judge Susan Rowley, Justice of the Peace Precinct 2, of a gigantic backlog of about 26,000 cases in the office, including roughly 16,000 criminal and 7,000 civil cases. Arrest warrants are still valid for some of the cases, with some cases dating back almost twenty years.

Hasty spoke at length about the situations, and received listener calls as well.


Summing up just part of the news, Hasty said,

Oh we're doing great things in Lubbock County. We're arresting people when they shouldn't be arrested, Bill McKay finally wakes up from a nap. Curtis Parrish is flip-flopping on campaign promises. The Lubbock Chamber is calling out Chad Seay and Jason Corley. Let me tell you something: The politics of Lubbock County, this is getting pretty interesting here folks.

Listen to the segments from The Chad Hasty Show in the video above.

The Chad Hasty Show airs weekday mornings live, from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM on News/Talk 95.1 FM and 790 AM KFYO, online at KFYO.comon the fantastic & the free KFYO App, as well as on all Alexa-enabled devices using the KFYO Skill. Follow Chad on Twitter via @ChadHastyRadio & KFYO Radio at @KFYO

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