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City of Lodi considers increase for park rental fees

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Jeff Hood, Director, Lodi Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services

“Other parks and recreation departments in our area tend to go with hourly rates in parks like these. We’re looking for consistency, not only in our own rental fees, but with other cities and their rates.”

Posted: Friday, January 31, 2014 12:00 am

Those who want to rent various parks around the city for an event may see increased or even new fees this year.

The Lodi Parks and Recreation Commission will consider establishing rental fees at DeBenedetti Park at its Tuesday night meeting. The commission will also discuss adjusting rental fees at Kofu Park and Tony Zupo Field.

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