Lodi High School - Measure U Campus School Repair and Improvements Project
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
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The Lodi Unified School District is proposing school repair and improvements to the northern and eastern portions of the Lodi High School with funding provided by Measure U. The proposed improvements include the demolition/relocation of existing Maintenance and Operations buildings off campus, the removal of approx 35 existing modular classrooms, and new construction of one and two-story classroom buildings in the northeastern portion of the site which will include a min of 52 classrooms and 6 science labs. A new one-story addition to the existing Administration Building will be constructed easterly from the existing structure. Associated improvements will consist of construction of two new asphalt concrete parking lots; one staff parking lot is planned for the northwest portion of the site, which replaces the parking currently on the northeast portion where the new buildings are planned, and one additional student parking lot south of the Administration Building. The proposed school repair and improvements are intended to service the current student body and faculty attending Lodi High School. The proposed project will not serve to facilitate any anticipated growth in enrollment and/or employment.
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