Can LP&L management be trusted?

Can LP&L management be trusted?

Let's start this discussion with a truth that is repeated all too rarely in this debate: having a city owned utility continues to give Lubbock citizens some of the lowest electric rates in the...
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Ashcroft report cost: Captain Coverup strikes again

Ashcroft report cost: Captain Coverup strikes again

The Sandstorm Scholar and KCBD have learned through an open records request with the city of Lubbock that the Ashcroft Report cost LP&L ratepayers over $272,000. And worse, according to EUB member Clayton Isom...
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Notes from the EUB meeting

Zheng’s status debated

Interesting goings on at Tuesday’s Electric Utility Board meeting.

The board kicked things off with a three hour executive session during which Dr. Gary Zheng’s employment status was discussed.

No decision was made however it is significant that the board is (still) discussing Zheng’s status with the electric utility. We predict that before the summer rates go down that the city owned electric utility will be led by someone else.

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Wind Gusts

Talk Back – NELCDC funding reader survey

You’ve read our articles and watched our investigative reports.

North & East Lubbock Community Development Corporation is a taxpayer supported institution that insists its records are not subject to the Public Information Act.

Tell us what you think…should North & East Lubbock Community Development Corporation continue to receive taxpayer funds?

Or, should it exist as a stand-alone non-profit corporation independent of the city of Lubbock and taxpayer funding?

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