Technology Committee

The City of Lucas, Texas, is accepting proposals from qualified firms for a Broadband Design and Financial Model. The purpose of the study is to provide a high-level design and financial model for existing and future broadband needs. The study will assess 1) the cost of installation, operation, and maintenance of a broadband network; and 2) the revenues generated from retail services and third-party network access. The Work Product Deliverables for the study will include a financial model that allows dynamic adjustments in cost and revenue assumptions across a recommended time horizon. Click here to view the Request For Proposal

The Technology Committee serves as an ad hoc committee to the City Council in all matters relating to technology-related services of the City. The Committee provides recommendations to the City Council and City Manager on issues of community-wide interests relating to information technology and internet services. The Committee researches issues, collects public input, and strategically encourages affordable access to city-wide technological services.

If you have any questions or comments for the Committee, please e-mail inquiries to:


Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the Month.

MemberPositionTerm Ending
Paul RathgebChairman2020
Trey SleeperVice Chairman2020
George BrodyMember2020
James FrazierMember2020
Dennis ScullyMember2020
Debbie FisherCouncilmember/Council Liaison
William BaxterCity I.T. Consultant
Kent SouriyasakSpecial Projects Coordinator/Staff Liaison


Technology Committee Investigates Internet Deficiencies

The Technology Committee's first order of business is to identify residents and neighborhoods experiencing poor Internet access. Please click on the following link to submit information desired by the Committee: Residential Internet Service Information

2018 Technology & Communication Survey Results

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