Work on the South Lubbock Drainage Project is no longer in jeopardy.
This week, Oscar Renda Contracting and John Beck filed an order asking that the court dismiss their request for a preliminary injunction. The contractor sued the city in 2004 when he did not win the contract for the South Lubbock Drainage Project despite being the lowest bidder.
The city is supposed to award the contract to the lowest responsible bidder. An injunction would halt construction on the project, and Renda says that would create a hardship on Lubbock residents.
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