Lodi City Council approves vacating section of Walnut Street
By Sara Jane Pohlman/News-Sentinel Staff Writer | Posted
Members of St. Anne's Catholic Church burst into applause after learning that their idea to buy a section of Walnut Street and turn it into a landscaped plaza was approved by the Lodi City Council on Wednesday.
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In other action
The public hearing to consider an appeal against the In-Shape Health Club project on Lockeford Street was canceled.
George Petrulakis, an attorney representing a group called Citizens for the Equal Application of the Law, filed the appeal saying the project warrants an environmental study. Petrulakis was not present at the meeting.
The council approved a resolution to move the Lodi firefighters at Station 2 into a modular building for 18 to 24 months while their new station on Cherokee Lane is built.