The city of Lodi has a citizen watchdog, and he’s trying his best to keep sewer and water prices low. John Slaughterback, a white-haired man in his 70s, has made a ritual of checking in on the Lodi City Council, especially when it comes to items that he thinks could raise water and sewer rates in the future.
He retired 20 years ago from the now-defunct sugar processing plant in Clarksburg, and started tracking the goings-on of city government when he lived in Galt. Two years ago, he moved to Lodi for health reasons and kept up the habit.
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