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Lodi Unified board thanks outgoing president for hard work

With soon-to-be board members Courtney Porter and Susan Macfarlane occupying their new seats at the table for Tuesday night’s Lodi Unified School District Board of Education meeting, Gary Knackstedt — then the board’s vice president — asked George Neely to join him at the podium where he thanked Neely for serving as board president for 2018.

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