Grievance Committee Approves Bigger Pay Raise for Lubbock Tax Assessor - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/29/07

Grievance Committee Approves Bigger Pay Raise for Lubbock Tax Assessor

The Lubbock County Tax Assessor will be getting a bigger pay raise than the one Lubbock County Commissioners approved two weeks ago.

At that time, commissioners approved a 5.36% pay raise for themselves, the district and county clerks and tax assessor. That will bring all those annual salaries from $53,000 to $55,840, effective October 1, 2007.

Tax Assessor Barbara Brooks was the only one who filed a grievance, saying she should get more money because of her workload.

Tuesday, a citizen's grievance committee agreed unanimously to increase Brooks' salary from $53,000 to $60,000.

8/29/07
LP&L To Consider $1 Million Transfer To City
NewsChannel 11 has learned that the Lubbock Power and Light board will hold a special meeting Thursday afternoon to consider transferring $1 million dollars to the city budget.

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