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Posted: Saturday, March 2, 2013 12:00 am

The Galt Planning Commission could add two new members if the city council approves an ordinance to increase the number of seats Tuesday.

There are currently five planning commissioners. However, some council members wanted to increase the number to seven to ensure the commission could still meet if up to three members were absent.

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  • Doug Chaney posted at 12:17 pm on Sat, Mar 2, 2013.

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    So we once again get the comprehensive report on the issues and agenda of the Galt city council, yet the Lodi city council has two meetings this coming week, on of them another 7AM Tuesday "shirtsleeve" meeting covering the disbursement of CDBG grant funds that could easily have been added to the following evening Wednesday 7PM regular meeting with agenda items that are trivial compared to who and why the same old groups seem to garner the CDBG funds year after year. My main concern is a grant for the animal shelter of $25,000 when that grant money could be used for those small non profits that clothe, feed and mentor the real homeless, not the sheltered ones. And the $45,000 or so for graffiti removal when it is already a job position with the city of Lodi. Lodi news Sentinel, how about an article on the real purpose of these "shirtsleeve" meetings and the terrible time they are scheduled and research on any other city or town, like Lodi has these 7AM meetings? I don't think Ms. Mounce would be considered a "shirtsleever", would she? We Lodi readers seem to need to move to Galt to be informed on our city council, management and school board decisions since it is more important to the owner/publisher/editor to seemingly completely disregard the same events and issues in Lodi in their Lodi paper. Why?



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