Council Set to Vote on Airport Name Change - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/8/04

Council Set to Vote on Airport Name Change

He was known for his cowboy hat and polka-dot ties. You may remember the late Governor Preston Smith, every time you fly. On Monday, council members will vote on whether to re-name the Lubbock International Airport, Preston Smith International Airport.

If the name is changed, new signs would have to be placed in and around the airport at a cost of more than $171,000.

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