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Measure K funds spent according to plan, Lodi Unified School District officials say

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Posted: Friday, February 22, 2013 12:00 am

The Lodi Unified School District is congratulating itself on a job well done after disbanding the Measure K oversight committee on Tuesday.

Eight new schools were built in Lodi Unified School District and several others received additions and renovations as a result of Measure K bonds. The committee spent nearly 10 years overseeing district plans to build Larson and Borchardt elementary schools and Millswood Middle School in Lodi, and Ansel Adams, Manlio Silva, George Lincoln Mosher elementary schools and McNair High School in Stockton, all with taxpayer dollars. Project also included upgrades and modernization at several other sites in Lodi and Stockton.

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