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Posted: Monday, April 2, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 5:57 am, Mon Apr 2, 2012.

The following is a list of public meetings in the Lodi and Galt areas this week:


Galt City Council Youth Committee

Key items:

  • Introduction of new members.
  • Reports from Valentine’s Day, Recruitment and Bake Sale committees.
  • Approval of bills/expenditures/upcoming expenditures.

When and where: 6 p.m., City Council chambers, 380 Civic Drive, Galt.


Galt City Council

Key items:

  • Discuss three lawsuits in closed session.
  • Receive an annual update on the infrastructure improvement program.
  • Approve an $18,000 expenditure for the “Love Galt” event.
  • Vote on an entertainment complex market feasibility report.
  • Make appointments to various council committees.

When and where: 7 p.m., City Council chambers, 380 Civic Drive, Galt.

Lodi City Council

Key items:

  • Receive an update on treatment and monitoring activities for PCE/TCE at the central, western, southern and northern plumes.

When and where: 7 a.m., Carnegie Forum, 305 W. Pine St., Lodi.

Lodi Recreation Commission

Key items:

  • Receive public input on what programs, classes and activities Lodi residents would like to see from the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department.
  • Discuss a proposed boat ramp and parking lot design at Lodi Lake and an application for a Boating and Waterways Grant.
  • Discuss the rental of Lodi Lake facilities on the Fourth of July.

When and where: 7 p.m., Carnegie Forum, 305 W. Pine St., Lodi.

Lodi Unified School District Board of Trustees

Key Item: Revision on high school graduation requirements to include a career and technical education class as an option in lieu of fine arts or foreign language.

When and where: 7 p.m. James Areida Educational Support Center, 1305 E. Vine St., Lodi.

San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors

Key items:

  • Consider establishing procedures for municipal advisory councils and possibly changing the method of selection from election to appointment. MACs consist of local residents in unincorporated areas who make recommendations within their community to the Board of Supervisors. The county has advisory councils in Woodbridge, Lockeford, Thornton, Morada, Linden and French Camp.
  • Proclamations naming April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month in the county.

When and where: 9 a.m., board chambers, 44 N. San Joaquin St., sixth floor, Stockton.


Lodi City Council

Key items:

  • Adopt a resolution approving a memorandum of understanding between the city of Lodi and the Lodi Police mid-management organization.
  • Authorize plans and specifications and authorize advertisement of bids for 2012 disabled access improvements and bids for 2012 alley reconstruction project.
  • Discuss sending letters of support for the Intercity Passenger Rail Act of 2012 for the San Joaquin Corridor, the Litigation Reform for Cities and the Earthquake Insurance Affordability Act.

When and where: 7 p.m., Carnegie Forum, 305 W. Pine St., Lodi.

Thornton Municipal Advisory Council

Key items:

  • Status updates on Safe Routes to School project and placement of “Drive 25 — Keep Kids Alive” signs.
  • Public safety reports from the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office and/or Thornton Rural Fire Protection District.

When and where: New Hope School Community Center, 26775 N. Sacramento St., Thornton.


Lodi Senior Citizens Commission

Key items: Discuss San Joaquin County Commission on Aging, senior housing, senior nutrition and senior citizens commission planning in 2012.

When and where: 8 a.m., Hutchins Street Square Senior Center, 125 S. Hutchins St., Lodi.

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