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High water at Lodi Lake worries city officials

Woodbridge Irrigation District chief says no danger of property damage

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Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 12:00 am

Water lapping dangerously close to motorists driving along the back side of Lodi Lake. A boat launch partially under water, and the base of trees now submerged. Jeff Hood, director of the city’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services department, is concerned these and other city assets are being affected by unusually high water.

But Andy Christensen, the general manager of Woodbridge Irrigation District, isn’t overly worried.

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