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Posted: Tuesday, July 19, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 6:41 am, Tue Jul 19, 2011.

Following are the claims filed against the city of Lodi from April through June:

  • Larry and DeAnn Robbins claimed their electronics failed from a power outage.
  • Deanna Tryon requested a water meter refund related to a pool installation.
  • Robert McGill claimed his vehicle was damaged from a pothole.
  • Carolyn Silva claimed her electronics failed from a power outage.
  • James and Debbie Heard claimed their electronics failed from a power outage.
  • The Lodi Police Officers Association filed a claim related to contracts and labor negotiations.
  • Guy McCollum requested money for lost property at the police department.
  • Maria Valenzuela requested a refund for a towed vehicle.
  • Nasir Haq requested a refund for pet adoption.
  • Pandora Burton asked for money because of a trip and fall.
  • Sharon and Julie Simmons claimed their sewer line backed-up, causing damage.
  • Noelle Elliot requested a refund for pet adoption.
  • Laurel Machado filed a claim after a fallen tree damaged a vehicle.
  • Erick Maldonado filed a claim related to a vehicle accident.
  • Robert McKinney requested a refund for pet adoption.
  • Kelly Konschak filed a claim after tripping and falling.
  • Kari Wilbur requested a refund for VIN verification.
  • Kevin Hoover claimed his electronics failed from a power outage.

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1 comment:

  • Doug Chaney posted at 8:48 am on Tue, Jul 19, 2011.

    Doug Chaney Posts: 1232

    Maggie, I find it interesting how trivial some of these suits really are and now I see why Mr. Schwabauer needs an assistant. My questionis: with Marty and Rich so involved in these lawsuits and the partial police log being published regularly, why not a published list of DUI offenders like the Record publishes each week, showing the name, city, number of conviction and penalty issued for that offense?

     
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