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City of Lodi budget: Police and fire departments will see funding increases

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Posted: Thursday, May 20, 2010 12:00 am

City staff continued presenting individual budgets at the Lodi City Council meeting Wednesday night.

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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  • posted at 12:34 pm on Thu, May 20, 2010.


    How much did those idiots spend on that building at the MSC to take care of car/truck maintenance? 1.8 Million? Now you want to sub it out? YOU ARE ALL FIRED! I would hate to think what would happen if someone lit a match and you all had a brainstorm!

  • posted at 10:03 am on Thu, May 20, 2010.


    Try 25 mph along Lakewood School. That is where they sit 30 minutes before school starts. That is a money maker!

  • posted at 6:26 am on Thu, May 20, 2010.


    Check out the article "Suspicious container closes Beckman Road" to see your tax dollars at work(waste) in our fire department. R-I-D-I-C-U-L-O-U-S overkill.

  • posted at 4:44 am on Thu, May 20, 2010.


    boonablis: Your complaining about more tickets being handed out on the east side, could it be there are more speeders and law breakers and people that refuse to follow the rules that lead to more LPD on the eastside? Don`t speed is the best alterenative to keeping the red and blues lights out when they might follow you. 40 MPH on Turner Rd. means 40 MPH, I have seen the motor patrol writing tickets in the morning as I drive by at 40 MPH or less. Leave early don`t speed, no problem.

  • posted at 2:21 am on Thu, May 20, 2010.


    oh so you mean more chicken "S" tickets and lack of results on the eastside??friggin sweet

  • posted at 1:48 am on Thu, May 20, 2010.


    Does this mean that LPD can finally afford to start doing Probation/Parole sweeps on gang locations?

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