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San Joaquin County seeks grants to slow traffic near schools in Lockeford, Thornton

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Posted: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 12:00 am

Two rural areas outside of Lodi may soon be safer for children who walk to school if San Joaquin County qualifies for federal grant funding that targets student safety.

The county has applied for $130,000 in the Safe Routes to Schools program to make Jack Tone Road safer for Lockeford Elementary School students, and $85,000 for North Sacramento Boulevard in Thornton, adjacent to New Hope School.

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