Listen Lubbock is Asking Residents to Speak Up About Proposed Bond Election - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/16/07

Listen Lubbock is Asking Residents to Speak Up About Proposed Bond Election

Although, it's still not official yet, a Lubbock group is hoping to raise awareness about the city's proposed bond election.

Last week, NewsChannel 11 told you that taxpayers may be asked to consider $300 million in city projects, this November.

Monday, a group called Listen Lubbock held a news conference and said they want to hear from you. Greg Bruce is chairman of the committee, and he says "this committee is here to facilitate the discussion with the community, to get information the citizens may have questions about and to allow folks to have a dialogue."

The group says they hope to use the information they gather from residents and share it with the city council. They have announced a series of town hall meetings. The first will be Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Monterey High School cafeteria.

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