Category Archives: Susan Eggman

Quick hits

• Record colleague Christian Burkin has some additional details about proposed cuts to the Fire Department in a detailed blog post. • City Councilwoman Susan Eggman has confirmed she’ll run for the state Assembly next year. She’s seeking the seat that will be vacated by Assemblywoman Cathleen Galgiani, D-Livingston, who was elected in 2006 and […]

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Eggman running for Assembly in 2012

She confirmed this week. She’s eyeing Assembly District 17, the seat Cathleen Galgiani, D-Livingston, will vacate because of term limits More in Thursday’s paper.

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Swearing in

It was a packed, standing-room-only crowd in the City Council chambers tonight for the swearing-in ceremony. Incumbents Susan Eggman and Elbert Holman, Jr. and new Councilman Paul Canepa each took the oath. • Former San Joaquin County Superior Court Judge William J. Murray (now an appellate judge) swore Holman in, who had his wife Marcia, […]

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Eggman’s catalytic converter stolen

City Councilwoman Susan Eggman‘s car got its catalytic converter swiped. She’s out $1,400 this holiday season. Same thing happened to her partner, Renee Hall, last year in Lodi. Eggman’s had a rough time this year with theft impacting her transportation. Her bike was stolen outside City Hall this summer.

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Will city reduce Fire Department staffing?

Now that Measure H has passed, the fire union says brace for staffing cut proposals as the two sides head into new contract negotiations. Reductions were proposed and supported (and later abandoned) earlier this year, they point out, and an outside report recommends it. Here’s what some city leaders have to say about the staffing […]

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Campaign finances

Campaign finance reports, covering the period of Oct. 1-16, were due last week. Here’s a quick roundup of the filings that the City Clerk’s office has on hand. •Yes on Measure H, according to its most recent filing, posted a small surge in fund-raising over the roughly two-week period, reporting $13,293 in cash contributions. The […]

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More on the ticket issue

A year later, the ticket-taking saga still lingers. Though I was able to fit Mayor Ann Johnston and others into the story, I had very limited space to fit both sufficient background and context into the article, so many comments, including those from some council members, did not make it into the story. So here are some of […]

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Campaign finance filings so far

Today was the filing deadline for campaign finance statements for the first half of the year. Here’s what I have so far from the City Clerk’s office (there will be more). Councilwoman Susan Eggman,  who is running for re-election to her District 5 seat, has $44,990 in available cash in her campaign fund. She raised […]

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Medical pot live – pot ordinance endorsed, again

City Councilwoman Susan Eggman agrees with some of the lawyers who suggested that maybe there should be some kind of community oversight selection panel established to monitor implementation of the ordinance and suggest future changes review dispensary applicants. Eggman suggested each council member recommend a member on a seven-member panel. As for allowing more than […]

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Medical pot live – proposed ordinance changes

As you’ll recall, the City Council delayed action last month on a medical marijuana ordinance. It was sent back to a council subcommittee, and it is discussing proposed changes right now. The new draft ordinance could: • Change the separation standards so that a dispensary cannot be within 300 feet of residentially zonedproperty rather than […]

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