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Lodi City Council expenses from Feb. 13-26, 2009

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Posted: Monday, March 30, 2009 10:00 pm

The following is a list of Lodi City Council expenses from Feb. 13-26, 2009:

  • $293.50 to United Way of San Joaquin County, for payroll contributions to the non-profit.
  • $2,640 to United States Secret Service, for an invoice stating "asset seizure."
  • $4,119.31 to Baker and Taylor, for library books and supplies.
  • $2,642 to The Cad Zone, for fire dispatch software.
  • $665 to Caltest Analytical Labratory, for White Slough treatment plant effluent testing.
  • $401.60 to Experian, for utility account credit-check services.
  • $1,617.19 to Lowe's, for various materials and supplies for public works, fire and electric utility.
  • $26,742.75 to Stanislaus Foundation, for dental insurance payments.
  • $1,535.30 to Margaret Shelton, for utility account refund.
  • $193 to Aquatic Biosystems Inc., for aquatic specimens used at White Slough laboratory.
  • $2,097 to Department of Justice, for fingerprinting services and drug analysis.
  • $2,670.46 to Costco Wholesale, for snacks and utensils for after-school program.
  • $1,849.20 to Crowne Plaza Hotel, for lodging at Concord Crowne Plaza for two police officers for two weeks for accident investigation training. (This expense is reimbursable through the state.)
  • $925.09 to Game Time, for four bicycle racks and shipping them.
  • $7,450 to Pyro Combustion of California, for repairing the No. 2 boiler at White Slough treatment plant.

Source: City spokesman Jeff Hood

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1 comment:

  • posted at 2:35 pm on Tue, Mar 31, 2009.


    Watching the RDA fail and seeing Lodi stand on it's own two feet: Priceless!



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