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Posted: Thursday, May 17, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 5:56 am, Thu May 17, 2012.

Repainting exteriors. Upgrading cafeterias. Replacing heating and air conditioning systems. These types of projects and more are on the to-do list for Lodi Unified School District and were discussed at Tuesday's board meeting.

About 40 projects in the district that have either already begun or will start within the next year or so, totaling about $10 million, were outlined by Art Hand, assistant superintendent of facilities and planning. Fewer than half of the projects are slated for locations within Lodi. Those will cost about $2.3 million. The remainder are planned at schools in North Stockton.

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  • Kristin Marquez posted at 9:31 am on Thu, May 17, 2012.

    Kristin Marquez Posts: 7

    No wonder why the district doesn't want to keep the Afterschool Programs for four elementary schools, look at all theseexpensive projects that have nothing to do with the well being and safety of our children.

  • wendy coe posted at 6:50 am on Thu, May 17, 2012.

    wendy coe Posts: 39

    Why could we not have the report of projects that include No. Stockton? Those of us that live in LUSD in north Stockton would love what is happening to those schools in our area, since we are part of Lodi Unified.



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