- In other action
On Tuesday, the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors also:
- Approved funding that will improve the crosswalk on Jack Tone Road behind Lockeford Elementary School. The $101,000 project, paid for by the San Joaquin County construction budget and the California Department of Transportation, consists of installing a 300-foot asphalt walkway, a new crosswalk and two LED flashing speed limit beacons. The alterations will improve safety for students walking or biking to Lockeford Elementary School. Construction is not expected to cause traffic delays, according to the San Joaquin County Public Works Department. Construction is scheduled to start in June.
- Appointed Jonathan Winkelman and Deborah True to the Lockeford Municipal Advisory Council. Winkelman has been pastor of Grace Church in Lockeford for two-and-a-half years after working in the food industry, construction and landscaping. True is a retired annuitant for the state of California, as well as a director on the Lockeford Historical Society board.
— Source: San Joaquin County
Posted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 12:00 am
The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors listened to a presentation for a grant that would provide thousands of dollars in funding for two Lodi homeless shelters.
The Community Development Department asked the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday to consider allocating $12,000 to the Salvation Army family shelter and $10,000 to Lodi House for women and children, as well as fund several other shelters throughout San Joaquin County from an Emergency Solutions Grant.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 12:00 am.