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City council to address Hernandez-Dumbauld debacle Monday

Lee Ann Dumbauld Lee Ann Dumbauld
Victor Hernandez Victor Hernandez
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The dispute between a Lubbock city councilman and the city manager is on the agenda for Monday's city council meeting.

The meeting will be held at 4:30 p.m. to discuss accusations between Victor Hernandez and Lee Ann Dumbauld.

Hernandez was accused of harassment by city employees. Dumbauld is accused of instructing city employees to file complaints against Hernandez.

The meeting could determine if Dumbauld will face any disciplinary action. Hernandez is already facing a recall election in November.

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