LUBBOCK, Texas — The Lubbock City Council has a list of road projects worth $175 million that will go to voters for approval in November. About $42 million would go to toward fixing up Broadway. The bricks would stay, which represents a roughly 100-year tradition in Lubbock of having brick streets.
City Councilman Jeff Griffith talks with Bryan Mudd in Talking Points (segment 1 below).
Griffith said Lubbock’s advantage over other places in Texas is mobility. He said the upcoming bond issue will continue that advantage – assuming voters approve.
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