Tag Archives: Susan Eggman

Moving forward

Campaign for Common Ground has a regular meeting tonight. On the agenda is discussion about how to build off of the recent series of “sustainability forums.” The same cast of sponsors who helped spearhead the forums is expected to be on hand, according to a CCG e-mail. Other guests will include Andrew Chesley, executive director […]

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More from City Hall: $2.7 million from Washington, Fritchen’s son home from Iraq

7:44 p.m.: The City Council has voted 7-0 to formally abandon its Hunter Square Plaza right of way between Weber Avenue and Main Street. The city is donating it to the state of California to build a courthouse. 7:48 p.m.: In council comments, Councilwoman Leslie Baranco Martin said the comments from the public regarding Johnny […]

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Morning roundup

City Councilman Dale Fritchen lunched Thursday with A.G. Spanos Cos.’ David Nelson. Councilwoman Susan Eggman had a thought about the Spanos-backed Alliance for Responsible Planning’s downtown gardening proposal: “They can do the market rate housing, and we’ll do the garden on top.” Chip Englander, a campaign strategist from Sacramento and the executive director of the […]

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Morning roundup

The City Council is scheduled to meet in closed session at 3:30 p.m. Mayor Ann Johnston and Councilwoman Susan Eggman, who are in New Orleans to accept a brownfields development award for the Stockton Arena and Stockton Ballpark project, are to participate by conference call from a Hilton. On the closed session agenda is a […]

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More from City Hall: Marina cost report requested

7:33 p.m.: In council comments, Councilwoman Susan Eggman is announcing the ribbon cutting Friday for Stockton Marina. She said she has asked for a presentation next week on the deficit projection’s increase from $100,000 last year to $700,000 annually last week. 7:34 p.m.: Councilwoman Diana Lowery is inviting people to the Delta Water Supply Project […]

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More from City Hall: On Silva’s mind

5:35 p.m.: Anthony Silva is here on behalf of the Boys and Girls Club in its operation of the Gary and Janice Impact Podesto Teen Center. Asked if he had decided yet whether to challenge City Councilwoman Susan Eggman in central Stockton’s Council District 5 next year, Silva said, “I’ll know in a couple of […]

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Morning roundup

Correction: This post initially said City Councilwoman Susan Eggman represents District 3. She represents District 5. The Record regrets the error. The Measure W Oversight Committee meets at 2 p.m. at City Hall for its five-year review. City Hall anticipates a positive report. It said in a press release, “The Measure W Citizens Oversight Committee […]

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More from City Hall: Ford report to be released Wednesday

5:47 p.m.: Mayor Ann Johnston is asking City Councilman Elbert Holman Jr. for a report on the Johnny Ford investigation. Holman said, “We are finally done, and the report will be made available to the council tomorrow morning at 9 a.m., and it will be online on the city’s Web site before 11 a.m.” Holman […]

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File it

City Councilwoman Susan Eggman, who declined in her first run for office, in 2006, to take money from local developers – calling them special interests, not “real people” – is taking from them this time around. The Grupe Co. in May provided Bertha Knowles Auditorium at University Park and drinks for the first event of […]

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Ticket report

City Councilwoman Susan Eggman said after this evening’s City Council meeting that she believed a report had been generated regarding the circumstances of Deputy City Manager Johnny Ford’s firing, which she said she had not reviewed but that could address the use of tickets to events at city-owned Stockton Arena.   Eggman called for the city […]

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