Protest votes accepted until Dec. 18 meeting
- How to lodge a protest vote
Property owners and/or tenants who wish to lodge a written protest vote concerning proposed water, wastewater and solid waste rates by mail, in person at the City Clerk’s office or at the Dec. 18 public hearing.
Protest votes can be mailed to: City of Lodi, Attn. City Clerk, P.O. Box 3006, Lodi, CA 95241-1910.
Protest votes can be dropped off in person located at the City Clerk’s office at 221 W. Pine St. or at the Dec. 18 hearing, which starts at 7 p.m. at the Carnegie forum located at 305 W. Pine St.
Protests must include a description of the property “sufficient to identify the property,” according to the letter sent out by city officials.
People who own more than one property can turn in one written protest that includes descriptions of all properties. Each property listed will be counted individually in the protest vote tally.
Posted: Tuesday, November 5, 2013 12:00 am
Lodi residents began receiving letters from the city over the weekend explaining proposed water and wastewater rate increases, along with information on how to lodge a protest vote if they don’t want the price hikes to go into effect.
The Lodi City Council will vote whether to approve the proposed water, wastewater and garbage rates annually over the next five years on Dec. 18, following a public hearing during the regular council meeting.
Tuesday, November 5, 2013 12:00 am.