- Contributions at a glance
Yes on Measure W had raised $10,119 by Feb. 14, which was the most recent filing deadline.
Committees are also required to disclose donations of $1,000 during the last days of the election. When including those donations, Yes on W raised at least $26,619. No on Measure W raised a total of $6,644 by Feb. 14 but did not receive any last minute donations of more than a thousand dollars. Total donations will be included in the final statements that will be released later.
Yes on Measure W: (Contributions of a $100 or more from Jan. 18-Feb. 14)
- Northern California Carpenters Regional Council Issues — $3,000
- Good Earth Farms — $250
- Kautz Farms — $250
- Margaret McKenzie, doctor — $250
- LangeTwins — $100
Also, Yes on Measure W received the following late contributions of $1,000 or more:
- Issues Mobilization — $7,500
- PAQ Inc., the group that represents Lodi Food-4-Less — $7,000
- Building Industry Association — $2,000
No on Measure W: (Contributions of a $100 or more from Jan. 18-Feb. 14)
- Friends of JoAnne Mounce — $499
- Land Utilization Alliance — $100
- Richard Neuharth, retired — $200
- Jack Flockhart, retired — $100
- Carol Canepa, retired — $100
Posted: Wednesday, March 4, 2009 10:00 pm
After Measure W failed on Tuesday, people started suggesting ideas on how to improve the Eastside without the redevelopment funds. Ideas include raising taxes, creating improvement districts or redistributing grant funding.
Lodi rejected redevelopment with a vote of 54 percent, or 4,403 “no” votes on Measure W, with 46 percent, or 3,731 votes, for the measure, according to unofficial results.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009 10:00 pm.