The Board of Trustees acts as liaisons between the community and the library and local governmental authorities.
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Lodi has been fortunate to have its own city library since October 1885, when a group of ambitious Lodi residents, including Congressman J.A. Louttit, Ben Langford, and Ross Sargent, established one for an initial investment of $1,500.
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