Stockton officials are leaning toward recirculating a plan to expand the city's boundaries in order to avoid a potential lawsuit from the city of Lodi.
Lodi accused Stockton in a July 9 letter of failing to provide the necessary 30-day public review for its request to expand its sphere of influence into more than 6,000 unincorporated acres, including more than 4,000 acres near Lodi's White Slough water treatment plant above Eight Mile Road. The request was submitted June 9 and the review period ended July 8, leaving only 29 days for public comment.
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