A community quest for a bookmobile for Woodbridge, stop signs in the older part of town and public safety reports are among the topics to be discussed at Thursday’s Woodbridge Municipal Advisory Council meeting.
Tuesday’s agenda includes:
- A discussion about the Woodbridge Grange building.
- A request for San Joaquin County to install stop signs on Lilac Street between Augusta and Indiana streets. Two injury accidents took place in six days during the first week of March, according to MAC chairwoman Mary Avanti.
- Vendors and car sales at Academy Street and Lower Sacramento Road.
- Potholes by the post office.
- Pet etiquette in neighborhoods.
- Public safety reports by the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office and California Highway Patrol.
The Municipal Advisory Council consists of seven Woodbridge residents who make recommendations affecting the community to county officials. Thursday’s meeting, open to the public, will begin at 7 p.m. at the Lodi Elks Lodge, 19071 N. Lower Sacramento Road, Woodbridge.