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State of the City address paints optimistic view of Galt

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Posted: Friday, February 22, 2013 12:00 am

Mayor Marylou Powers and City Manager Jason Behrmann painted a picture of a strong and growing community during Galt's annual State of the City luncheon on Thursday.

After soup and sandwiches were served to the approximately 30 members of the local community in attendance, Powers welcomed everyone, briefly touched on some current issues and events, and then handed the majority of the presentation over to Behrmann.

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  • Doug Chaney posted at 6:10 am on Fri, Feb 22, 2013.

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    Sentinel, you seem to cover every little feel good meeting or anything of interest in Galt while the Lodi happenings are passed over unless they refer to the good old boys that most in Lodi could care less about. Have you ever thought that's why your business keeps sinking? Where are the detailed articles of the Lodi city council meetings and the pandering that goes on in Lodi, like those in Galt? And the same with the Galt school boards. You never cover either of these Lodi issues so comprehensively as you do Galt? Is their readership the only thing keeping you afloat? Galt, without the tool of redevelopment is back to the old days and the same old thinking council and management team since they've seem to run the only young forward thinker they ever had on council, Andrew, I believe, and they are only again just as self serving as the Lodi city council controlled by the three amigos.How about assigning one of your "special" reporters to Lodi, rather than Galt, a town that's not even in our own county and give us SJ county and Lodi/Stockton news? RIP



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