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North San Joaquin Water Conservation District Manager Ed Steffani resigns

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Ed Steffani

Bryan Pilkington

Posted: Wednesday, September 8, 2010 12:00 am | Updated: 6:16 am, Thu Sep 9, 2010.

An embattled local water district needs to start looking for a new director, as well as additional sources of revenue such as a groundwater assessment, district board members said at a meeting Tuesday morning in Lodi.

Ed Steffani, manager of the North San Joaquin Water Conservation District since 1999, presented a letter to the board announcing his plans to resign from the district in the coming months. However, Steffani said he would stay with the district until a suitable candidate is found.

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1 comment:

  • terry jarvis posted at 5:14 am on Wed, Sep 8, 2010.

    terry jarvis Posts: 2

    somebody should check out the power dept .they are the ones stealing money from the lodi people.the whole city of lodi are a bunch of crooks.just check out what the the other citys are paying for KH hour and you will see for your self. the city police stalking drivers will be next .just because the city of lodi cant manage there money we should not have to pay for it. just look around theres a cop hiding on every conner around town just looking to give tickets for anything. the water problem is the least of our problem.i have already sent a letter to the state to try to get them to check the city of lodi.



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