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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We don’t serve your kind here
You can tell that Lubbock City Councilman Victor Hernandez is up for election: he’s trolling for Anglo demons and appears to feel he has found one in Attorney General Greg Abbott.

Hernandez resurrected an ugly theme when he castigated Abbott for holding a meeting at Jimenez Bakery in Lubbock last week. The message seemed to be: we don’t serve your kind here.

The fact is that General Abbott was graciously welcomed by the daughter of the restaurant’s… Read more »

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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?

Your… Read more »