To help get the most out of its shoestring budget, the Downtown Lodi Business Partnership is demanding more from its board of directors in 2011.
In anticipation of the City of Lodi reducing its annual funding to the non-profit agency, DLBP executive director Jaime Watts said she's hoping to make board members accountable for a variety of tasks at Monday's board of directors meeting. By having directors oversee certain tasks, Watts said the DLBP will have a better chance at serving Downtown business owners with limited resources.
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