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Louis Singer was an early player in city of Lodi utilities

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Posted: Saturday, March 6, 2010 12:00 am

In 1935, a man named Louis Singer started working for the city of Lodi engineering department.

The city was involved in legal hassles over underground water. City leaders were concerned about the rising cost of electricity, and residents were unhappy with the unpleasant aroma coming from the sewage treatment plant near Ham Lane. Some issues, it seems, are repeated throughout history.

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