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Public meetings: Week of March 14

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Posted: Monday, March 14, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 11:42 am, Mon Jan 9, 2012.

Today

Lodi Library Board of Trustees

Key items:

  • Discuss the new 9/80 city work schedule.
  • Receive information on the budget for fiscal year 2011-2012, which starts in July.
  • Discuss the integrated library system and alternatives.
  • Announce the library volunteer of the year.

When and where: 5:30 p.m., Lodi Public Library, 201 W. Locust St., Lodi.

Lodi Budget and Finance Committee

The regularly scheduled meeting is canceled.

Greater Lodi Area Youth Commission

The regularly scheduled meeting is canceled.

Tuesday

Galt City Council

Key items:

  • Grant two-year service credits for three positions to reduce staff.
  • Consider purchasing a constitution for the City Hall library.
  • Disclosure of interest in real property within the Galt redevelopment agency project area.
  • Approval of the 2011 certified farmers market.

When and where: 7 p.m., City Hall, council chambers, 380 Civic Drive, Galt.

Lodi City Council shirtsleeve, special meeting

  • Present a report on water plant staffing and recommended water and wastewater rate adjustments.
  • Adopt resolution opposing the Governor's budget proposal to eliminate enterprise zones.

When and where: 7 a.m., Carnegie Forum, 305 W. Pine St., Lodi.

San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors

Key items:

  • Consider a replacement for Bill Fields, who recently resigned from the Morada Municipal Advisory Council. One person, Carlton L. Mills Jr., has applied.
  • Recognize John Stroh, manager of the county Mosquito and Victor Control District, for receiving a meritorious service award from the State Association of Mosquito and Vector Control Districts.
  • Update on Assembly Bill 66 regarding vehicle license fees by Community Partnership for Families board chairwoman Phyllis Grupe and Executive Director Robina Asghar.
  • Award contract for Lone Tree Road resurfacing.
  • Award contract for Micke Grove Park fire system Phase 3 and hear report on Micke Grove Zoo education programs.
  • Recognize Escalon High football team for winning the Division III state championship in December.

When and where: 9 a.m., board chambers, 44 N. San Joaquin St. at Weber Avenue, sixth floor, Stockton.

San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors

Key items:

  • Consider options for the county General Plan update.
  • Public hearing for the emergency shelter grant program entitlement statement for 2011-12.

When and where: 1:30 p.m., board chambers, 44 N. San Joaquin St. at Weber Avenue, sixth floor, Stockton.

Wednesday

Lodi City Council

  • Hold a public hearing to set residential meter installation charges of $300 a meter.
  • Hold a public hearing to approve a draft of an action plan for the Community Development Block Grant funding program.
  • Hold a public hearing to approve a contractual consumer price index based annual adjustment to solid waste collection rates.
  • Revise the name and purpose of the Lodi Budget and Finance Committee.
  • Adopt a resolution for a new Electric Reserve policy.
  • Adopt a resolution authorizing the city manager to execute agreements with contractors for the first phase of the water meter program.
  • Approve a staffing plan for the water treatment plant.
  • Grant two-year service credits to designated employees as a retirement incentive.

When and where: 7 p.m., Carnegie Forum, 305 W. Pine St., Lodi.

San Joaquin County Advisory Water Commission

Key items:

  • Update on status of Mokelumne and American River water right applications.
  • Freeport draft feasibility report.
  • Report on county flood control activities.
  • Report on various Delta-related commission activities.
  • Consider accepting the fall 2010 groundwater basin conditions report.

When and where: 1 p.m., public health conference room, 1601 E. Hazelton Ave., Stockton.

San Joaquin County board of education

When and where: Noon, Gaylord Nelson Education Center board room, 2901 Arch-Airport Road, Stockton.

Thursday

Lodi Senior Citizens Commission

Key items:

  • Discuss the San Joaquin County Commission on Aging, senior housing, senior nutrition and a financial workshop.

When and where: 8 a.m., Hutchins Street Square, Senior Center, 125 S. Hutchins St., Lodi.

Lockeford Municipal Advisory Council

Key items:

  • Public safety reports from the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office and California Highway Patrol.
  • Several organizations will showcase what they do for the Lockeford area. Participants will include the Clements-Lockeford Chamber of Commerce, Lockeford District Grange, Lockeford Historical Society, Harmony Grove Cemetery Association, Odd Fellows lodge, Clements Buckaroos, Lockeford School PTA, Clements-Lockeford Lions Club and DOVES.

When and where: 7 p.m., old Lockeford schoolhouse, 19456 N. Jack Tone Road, Lockeford.

Highway 12 Association

Key item:

  • Traffic and road issues on Highway 12 between Lodi and Napa.

When and where: Noon, The Point Restaurant, 120 Marina Drive, Rio Vista.

Friday

San Joaquin County Local Agency Formation Commission

Key items:

  • Northwest Airport Way reorganization and Austin Road Business park reorganization in Stockton.

When and where: 10 a.m. Board of Supervisors' chambers, 44. N. San Joaquin St., at Weber Avenue, sixth floor, Stockton.

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