An estimated 50 students and parents — most of them wearing red Lodi Flames T-shirts — cheered wildly after Lodi Unified School District trustees agreed to finance more than half a million dollars to construct an all-weather track at Lodi High School.
The school board agreed to supplement the $400,000 raised by the Lodi Sports Foundation-Track Boosters for the project with district funds. Lodi Unified Chief Business Officer Tim Hern estimates the total cost for the track upgrades will be $922,000.
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