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Posted: Tuesday, May 27, 2008 10:00 pm

The last chance to speak out about Lodi's redevelopment plans is 7 p.m. tonight at Carnegie Forum.

City leaders will hold a public hearing on the project, which aims to revitalize the Eastside by fixing its roads, sidewalks, streetlights and enticing new business to open in the neighborhood.

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  • posted at 4:01 am on Wed, May 28, 2008.


    And, as I've heard another blogger on here call them the three aye-migos, Hansen, Johnson and Katzakian will all vote yes to not only empower themselves, but also enrich themselves and their business associates and those who control the money flow in Lodi and they'll also be your RDA representatives with no accountability to anyone but themselves. I think it's time the mayor gave her true thoughts about this RDA and where Lodi will end up sooner or later. Vallejo is just one of the first cities to file bankruptcy with many others in deep financial trouble and I recommend that RDA be shelved until Lodi can pay its debt on LEUD and the economy gets well.

  • posted at 3:54 am on Wed, May 28, 2008.


    Why would Lodians want to go further into debt by borrowing money to give to the already wealthy to improve their already rundown businesses and properties when they should be doing that with their own rental fees and family fortunes and profits? You are already about $98.5 million or so in debt on your utility. Just quit spending money that isn't your own like it grows on trees council. Please, seelodi.com, bring the negative aspect to this issue.



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