The city of Lodi's plan to extend its sphere of influence may need to detail how the land will be used and managed before the county's Local Agency Formation Commission will consider approving it.
In most instances a city extends its sphere for only one purpose - future development. But Lodi plans to include privately owned property as a way to preserve open space, which could mean defining its uses and limitations for landowners, said Bruce Baracco, LAFCO's executive director.
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