Lubbock Power & Light

Electric Utility Board

On November 2, 2004, Lubbock voters elected to amend the Charter of the City to provide for an Electric Utility Board composed of nine Lubbock citizens and eligible voters appointed by City Council to govern, manage and operate the City’s electric utility. The Electric Utility Board is responsible for providing oversight on the efficient operation, maintenance, extension, preservation, competitiveness and promotion of an orderly economic and business-like administration of LP&L.

EUB Meeting Agenda

EUB Rules, Policies and Procedures

Electric Utility Board
(City Charter Chapter One, Article XII)

Electric Utility Board
(City Code of Ordinances Title I, Chapter 2, Article 2.03, Division 12)


Electric Utility Board Members

Members of the Electric Utility Board of Directors are appointed by the Lubbock City Council.  Members serve on a voluntary basis and receive no compensation for their service to the citizens of Lubbock.

  • Greg Taylor headshot
    Greg Taylor
    Board Chairman
    D. Williams & Co., P.C.
    Financial Review Committee
    Technical Review Committee
  • Jerry Bell headshot
    Jerry Bell
    Board Vice Chairman
    Retired
    Human Resources Committee
    Technical Review Committee
  • James Conwright headshot
    James Conwright
    Board Secretary
    Vista Bank
    Financial Review Committee
    Human Resources Committee
  • Emilio Abeyta headshot
    Emilio Abeyta
    Emilio Abeyta Law Offices
    Human Resources Committee
  • Suzanne Blake headshot
    Suzanne Blake
    Blake Cooper Financial Strategies
    Financial Review Committee
  • Don Boatman headshot
    Don Boatman
    Retired
    Technical Review Committee
  • George Carpenter headshot
    George Carpenter
    Armstrong Mechanical
    Technical Review Committee
  • Charlie Dunn headshot
    Charlie Dunn
    Law Offices of Charlie Dunn
    Human Resources Committee
  • Clayton Isom headshot
    Clayton Isom
    Isom Companies
    Financial Review Committee
  • Glen Robertson headshot
    Glen Robertson
    Ex-Officio Member
    City of Lubbock Mayor