- In other action
The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors appointed Linden
farmer Randy Hamilton on Tuesday to represent District 4 on the
county Planning Commission. He replaces Michael Devencenzi, of
Woodbridge, who resigned on Oct. 12.
According to his application, Hamilton was born and raised in
San Joaquin County. He has served on several boards and committees
during the past 40 years. They include the Waterloo-Morada Fire
District, Linden Unified School District and Linden Athletic
Four other people applied for the Planning Commission seat. They
are Annamarie Costamagna, Alfred Francis Donald III and Steven
Hennecke, all from Lodi, and Kent Raverty, of Acampo.
The board approved plans to resurface 1.9 miles of Woodbridge
Road between Highway 99 and Lower Sacramento Road. Construction
will tentatively begin in June. Estimated cost is $455,000.
— Ross Farrow
Posted: Wednesday, December 14, 2011 12:00 am
Before making decisions about consolidating animal care services
in San Joaquin County, the Board of Supervisors asked its
consultant on Tuesday to talk to county labor union representatives
and individuals who advocate keeping as many animals alive as
Two consultants from the Stockton-based Animal Protection League
gave the Board of Supervisors an overview of their proposal for the
seven cities in San Joaquin County, including Lodi, plus
unincorporated rural areas to be under the same umbrella when it
comes to animal services.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011 12:00 am.