The city is making it more affordable for Lubbock senior citizens to pay for false alarm fines.
Back in 2002, the city began charging people when police had to respond to more than three false alarm security calls at the same residence.
That fee is ordinarily fifty dollars, but on Thursday the City Council voted to reduce the fine for Lubbock seniors over the age of sixty-five. For them, the fine will now be twenty-five dollars.
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