The city of Lodi has received just under $1 million they may set aside for future costs of health benefits for retirees.
In April, the Lodi City Council heard a report that the city is not setting aside enough money to pay for those benefits. So far, the city had built up more than $3 million in benefits they will have to pay in the future, but had not allocated money for. That number will grow to $17 million in 30 years.
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