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Steve Schwabauer ready for the challenges ahead as Lodi’s interim city manager

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1 comment:

  • JC Strote posted at 10:13 am on Sat, Jan 25, 2014.

    jc Posts: 6

    I'm really looking forward to having a new City Manager. Steve says he wants to encourage development. I hope he does. I hope that a new wave of encouraging businesses, especially small businesses. I love the small town atmosphere of Lodi but don't understand why so many roadblocks are put in place of small businesses by the various city departments. Love the revived downtown, but I don't understand the mentality of City hall when they don't maintain electrical boxes so NO Christmas lights, no lights in the parking lots at night. Downtown Lodi at night is busy year round, the city should support it, encourage it, take advantage of the growing "quaintness" of our unique communtiy.



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