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Nine Lodi issues to watch in new year

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Posted: Saturday, January 5, 2019 8:00 am

Following the passage of the controversial Measure L last November, the City of Lodi heads into the new year with a little more financial security with revenue from the half-cent sales tax hike set to start rolling in.

How the new revenue — projected at $5 million annually — will be spent will be closely watched by many, including an oversight committee that will be formed in the coming months.

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