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JoAnne Mounce, Bob Johnson hold on to Lodi City Council positions

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JoAnne Mounce

Bob Johnson

Joanne Mounce, Lodi City Council member

“If you want family covered, you pay for that yourself. Otherwise, only insure the elected person. That is what people want ... and we’re all equally elected by the people.”

JoAnne Mounce, Lodi City Council member

“It is almost impossible to stay elsewhere (other) than the host hotel. You are running back and forth, and it just doesn’t make sense.”

JoAnne Mounce, Lodi City Council

“The city didn’t completely understand the needs of the school district when we remodeled.”

Joanne Mounce, Lodi City Council member

“They’re a community eye when it comes to the (Lodi Animal) Shelter and ideas. The people who work on it bring fresh ideas. They’ve served the council well and I think they will continue to do so.”

Bob Johnson, Lodi City Councilman

“There’s a continual inability to fill the seats on that commission. I think the city clerk had posted vacancies for the fourth or fifth position for months, and got no response.”

Posted: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 9:09 pm

Mayor JoAnne Mounce and Councilman Bob Johnson retained their seats on the Lodi City Council in Tuesday’s election. Challenger Doug Kuehne finished third..

With all 32 precincts reporting, official results show Mounce received 12,230 votes (41.34 percent), Johnson received 9,037 votes (30.54 percent) and Kuehne received 8,174 votes (27.63 percent). There were 145 write-in votes (0.49 percent). Two positions were available.

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