With EUB members and council using phrases like “historic meeting” and “huge for Lubbock” the Lubbock City Council and Lubbock Power & Light’s Electric Utility Board met Thursday afternoon to announce Lubbock’s strategy for providing power for 2019 and after.
Lubbock is the third largest municipally owned electric company in the state, after San Antonio and Austin.
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