- Potentially approved programs
- The Housing Authority of San Joaquin County: $18,000 for weatherization improvements for an apartment complex.
- San Joaquin Fair Housing: $18,000 for counseling and outreach.
- The Emergency Food Bank: $1,500 for a mobile farmers market.
- Second Harvest: $8,180 to fund hunger relief programs.
- LOEL Center and Gardens: $155,617 for the second phase of improvement projects.
- Denied programs
- Human Services Agency of San Joaquin County: $5,000 to send frozen meals to the elderly.
- Catholic Charities: $29,491 to create a resource center for women and children.
- The Lodi Salvation Army: $20,000 for a tutoring and mentoring program.
- The Small Business Assistance: $10,000 for a Small Business Development Center at San Joaquin Delta College.
- The One-Eighty Teen Center: $45,540 for a new collaboration program.
Posted: Friday, March 22, 2013 12:00 am
Francisco Trujillo, a representative of the Community Partnership for Families, stood before the Lodi City Council on Wednesday and pleaded for funds to provide food, health care and basic services for families on the Eastside, several of whom were seated in the audience at Carnegie Forum.
The council members said their hands were tied, because CPF didn't apply for any money.
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