Mayor and LEDC agree to temporary injunction

An agreement has been reached in which Mayor Waymon Jackson has agreed not to attend closed meetings of the Levelland Economic Development Corporation and its attorney.

District Judge Felix Klein signed an agreed temporary injunction on Monday.

In it, Jackson agreed not to attend the closed meetings or to make requests for attorney-client privileged information or attorney work product provided to the LEDC by attorney Dustin Brooks.
A hearing on the issue was scheduled Tuesday.

Jackson is being represented by attorney Warren Tabor Jr.

Brooks filed a lawsuit Sept. 19 applying for a temporary restraining order and temporary and permanent injunctions.

Judge Klein, district judge in Lamb County, signed a temporary restraining order that same day.

The order barred Jackson from attending closed session meetings of the LEDC and  Brooks. It also stated that he could not contact the LEDC board, two LEDC employees and the Brooks law firm.

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