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Ramon Yepez Appointed to the Lodi City Council

After a three hour special meeting, the Lodi City Council appointed Ramon Yepez as the new Lodi City Council Member of District 4.


Lodi City Council Reorganizes for 2023

The final meeting of 2022 made history with new Council Members sworn in and a new Mayor elected. Plus drama for Mayor Pro Temp!


Meet the 2022 Candidates for Lodi City Council Districts 2 and 3

Election day is less than a month away, and three seats from the Lodi City Council are up for grabs. Meet the candidates and find out who you think is best for the job.


New Lodi City Council District Map Approved

The Lodi City Council approved new districts for City Council elections this past Wednesday. This map will be effective until the next Census.


Case Closed on Anti-Homeless Bars

During the May 5, 2021 Lodi City Council meeting, the issue of the anti-homeless bars came to a close as the City Manager gave his final report.


Citizens of Lodi get heated discussing School Resource Officers

Several citizens called in to voice their opinions on LUSD School Resource Officers. However, it would appear they were cut off by a council member.


Lodi Committee Member offers reward for evidence against bench vandals

David Diskin, Member of the Lodi Improvement Committee, has offered a reward for any video evidence that will lead to the perpetrators behind the illegally installed bars on city benches.


Lodi City Council Members offer comments on the Capitol Insurrection

Several Lodi City Council Members offered comments on the US Capitol Insurrection on January 6, 2021.


City Council contends over Lodi 2×2 Committee seats during appointments to boards, committees, and commissions

Lodi's City Council Members contend over Lodi 2x2 committee seats as citizens speak out against the school district during January 20, 2021 meeting.


Lodi’s Government Reorganizes in last meeting of 2020

City of Lodi swears in two new council members and elects a Mayor and Vice Mayor in the last regular meeting of 2020.

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