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1/19/09

34th Street Businesses Seek Bond Election for Revitalization Project

For many years, 34th Street supported new construction in other parts of Lubbock. Now businesses in the 34th Street Association hope Lubbock residents will return the favor.

In a letter to the Lubbock City Council, the association requests a bond election. A portion reads, "the association believes the time has come for the City of Lubbock to tend to the need of historical areas of this community such as 34th Street."

In a public statement Monday, the association said basic infrastructure like refurbishing major streets should be a priority.

The Lubbock City Council is scheduled to discuss the item later this week.

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