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Councilmen Beane and Leonard hosting town hall meetings

Posted by Karin Slyker | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Councilmen Paul Beane and John Leonard are hosting back to back Town Hall meetings in their respective districts. 

District 5 City Councilman John Leonard's Town Hall meeting is on Monday, January 11th, at 6:00 p.m., in the Whiteside Elementary library, 7508 Albany Avenue. 

District 4 City Councilman Paul Beane's Town Hall meeting is on Tuesday, January 12th, at 6:00 p.m., in the Honey Elementary School cafeteria, 3615 86th Street.

Mayor Tom Martin, along with various department heads, will attend both meetings.  In addition to questions and concerns of a regular town hall meeting, the Councilmen are also seeking input regarding possible changes to the City Charter.  Paul Beane and John Leonard will be in attendance at both meetings along with their appointments to the Charter Review Committee: Judge Jim Dulin (4) and Mike Epps (5).

The Charter Review Committee was formed during the December 16 City Council meeting.  Each Council member is to formally appoint one person to serve on the seven-member committee during the January 14th City Council meeting.

Councilman Beane says, "All Lubbock citizens are welcome to attend the meeting, and it is our desire to receive constructive public input about city operations as well as the City Charter."

To see the Lubbock City Charter, (click here) or (click here).

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