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City of Lodi finishes budget presentation, will consider adopting document June 2

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Posted: Wednesday, May 26, 2010 12:00 am

City staff finished presenting individual budgets at the Lodi City Council shirtsleeve meeting on Tuesday morning. The presentation revealed some of the city's goals, including working on a green business incubator and drafting massage and medical marijuana dispensary ordinances.

June 2 is the earliest the council could adopt the new budget for fiscal year 2010-11, which starts July 1.

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1 comment:

  • posted at 6:50 am on Wed, May 26, 2010.


    So, why is the city of Lodi still funding the Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Lodi Business Partnership, and the Lodi Wine & Visitors Center? The chamber, under the apprenticeship of Mr. Patrick traipses off to China and South America to sell Lodi grapes, and maybe even dried beans? The DLBP has gone backwards under the leadership of Mr. Easterling, who I don't think has ever been asked to give a public accounting of the $17,000 "partnership" between he and Lodi Beer company? And Ms. Watts has not accomplished anything that has made an impact on downtown, except maybe over-indulging on alcohol, which netted her a DUI after running through a fence and off the road while clearly intoxicated. This little tidbit thtown in after seeing the Weybret's and Hanner dis Mr. Hayes upon his tragic death. You want to sling mud in such a terrible manner,Sentinel, take the retaliation you well deserve for scapegoating a deceased man. Hayes walked with the money, and Hansen got hoodwinked again, didn't he? And the visitors' center on Turner Road serves no purpose other than to the many county wineries and the Wine&Roses? Why isn't it downtown to bring tourists there?



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