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Posted: Saturday, August 11, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 6:37 am, Sat Aug 11, 2012.

A Lodi native who owns a carpet cleaning business is challenging two Lodi City Council incumbents.

Mayor JoAnne Mounce and Councilman Bob Johnson are running for re-election. They have both served for eight years on the council, and each has had two terms as mayor.

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  • Laurie Wallace posted at 10:44 am on Mon, Aug 13, 2012.

    WallyWorld Posts: 7

    When Doug Kuehne says low income for downtown Lodi will be great, does he mean "Section 8" housing? I live in Stockton, and "low income housing" near nice neighborhoods has only ensured that there is a bad pocket of crime about every other block. There are virtually no more crime free neighborhoods without apts or duplexes nearby. Plus, he was on the planning commission, and his name is on a document for Lodi regarding Smart Growth. It sounds like he really wants to see it happen. Your current downtown Lodi is very nice. Please think twice before giving it away. A couple days ago, there were some punks in Stockton shooting cars as they drove by. This was in what used to be a nice area, but the "creep" overtook it.

  • Tammy McGee posted at 11:30 am on Sun, Aug 12, 2012.

    TMcGee Posts: 1

    We are behind you 110% JoAnne!! Keep up the great work. We need more people like you on city council.

  • Elise Middlecamp posted at 5:47 pm on Sat, Aug 11, 2012.

    Elise Middlecamp Posts: 20

    A Wal-Mart super-center is not protecting the green belt, and may hurt Farmers Market. And LPD ought to be fighting gangs regardless.

    Johnson really knows what he's doing, but I like the feel Doug Koehne's response. He has our vote.



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