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Vintage Lodi Old city dump site attracted transients for decades

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Posted: Saturday, September 17, 2011 12:00 am

Since at least the early 1920s, the Mokelumne River's south bank under the railroad trestle has been a magnet for the homeless.

Lodi used the riverbank land just east of the trestle for its city dump. And with its proximity to the railroad, the free resources of the dump and the fresh river water, the spot on the opposite side of the trestle was an attractive camp for the homeless.

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