Upcoming closure of Lodi courthouse raises questions
By Ross Farrow/News-Sentinel Staff Writer | Posted
Although San Joaquin County Superior Court officials decided to consolidate services to the main downtown Stockton courthouse, questions remain about a lease the court has with the city of Lodi for use of the Elm Street court building.
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How to comment on Lodi courthouse closure
If you have any comments regarding the plan to close the Lodi branch court, send them in writing by March 4 to Stephanie Bohrer, management analyst, at firstname.lastname@example.org or to 222 E. Weber Ave., Room 303, Stockton, CA 95202.
Even though Warner has already made the decision to close the Lodi court in March, Bohrer said she's seeking comment so that she can tell state officials how Lodi-area residents would be affected by the consolidation. Public comment could then be used to show state officials that San Joaquin County Superior Court needs more money to operate its court system, she said.