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City of Lodi bids farewell to Rad Bartlam

Lodi City Council votes to confirm Schwabauer as interim city manager

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Posted: Thursday, February 6, 2014 6:22 am

Departing Lodi City Manager Rad Bartlam requested that the city council and staff not do anything out of the ordinary to recognize him on his final day at work.

While there were no goodbye ceremonies or extravagant parting gifts, the council members did have a few words to wish him well on his way to Chino Hills on Tuesday night.

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1 comment:

  • Ralph Gerwing posted at 9:18 am on Thu, Feb 6, 2014.

    Ralph Gerwing Posts: 22

    Messr Bartlan

    Some people think that good things happen by happenstance. i would consider good happenstance to be luck. You have given your life and service to the Citizens of Lodi California. a gracious and purposeful undertaking.

    In June of 2013, i took the opportunity of spending a day in Lodi. it became a highlight of a long overdue vacation break. i had heard so much of your fine City by one of the Lemus sisters. " all by internet "

    Rad being in community to serve community is a most dedicated life. i have seen the good structure of Lodi, with my eyes, i have seen the activities of Lodi, by reading this online newspaper. Lodi is one fine place to live.

    Making and sustaining a good place to life, is a momentous task. i have only read about city councils going on's by this newspaper. it is an enriching experience for yourself, yet one of steadfast responsibility. Your peers are saluting you for your service. that is the stuff of a good newspaper.

    if i come and rest a few more days in Lodi, i will again respect and appreciate the workers of Lodi City. and the fine people that live here.

    "rtg" of Vancouver Metro Canada



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