It's 120 feet tall, holds 100,000 gallons of water and one young Lodian said she's tired of seeing it plain and white. "I would at least like Lodi's name to be up there," said Sarah Costa, a junior at Lodi High School, referring to Lodi's water tower.
Galt, Ripon and Lockeford all have their names on their city's sky-scraping water towers, but Lodi's Greek column-like water tower has been nameless and colorless since its birth, 13 years ago. With Lodi's centennial celebration in 2006, some Lodians want to see the city represented on the landmark in East Lodi.
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