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Current North San Joaquin Water Conservation District board meets for the last time

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Posted: Wednesday, December 1, 2010 12:00 am | Updated: 5:57 am, Wed Dec 1, 2010.

For the last time, outgoing board members of the embattled North San Joaquin Water Conservation District came together for a meeting Tuesday morning. The special session was held to approve pending payments and minutes from previous meetings. Board member Joe Mehrten did not attend the brief meeting because he was out of town.

Dan Parises and Tom Hoffman both did not run for re-election in November, but attended the final meeting and were thanked by district manager Ed Steffani for their service.

The district's next meeting is Dec. 7. at 8:30 a.m. at the Lodi Public Library's community room. Incoming board members Joe Petersen, Marden Wilber and Hugh Scanlon will be sworn in, and the board will appoint its new president during the meeting. The president's position for the board was previously held by Hoffman.

Contact reporter Jordan Guinn at jordang@lodinews.com.

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