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Citizen watchdog John Slaughterback keeps an eye on Lodi water projects

He attends every Lodi City Council meeting, studies agenda

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1 comment:

  • Doug Chaney posted at 6:58 am on Sun, Aug 4, 2013.

    advocate Posts: 502

    Mr. Slaughterback, It is just the inner workings of a dysfunctional public works director and the three amigos on city council with the three determining votes that decide ALL issues in Lodi. It appears that which ever contractor lines fhose council reps pockets are the ones who will get the contract. What was the final cost of the unnecessary and unneeded water treatment plant? And how much of that bond money was spent on other projects such as water meters, streets, sidewalks and miscellaneous and charged off to the unnecessary and unneeded water treatment plant? These are questions that always seem to be avoided? Why?



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