Frank Gruber

Huffington Post

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Frank Gruber is an urbanist writer at the Huffington Post and a blogger at The Healthy City Local. Gruber, the founder of Airport2Park, which is campaigning to convert the Santa Monica Airport into a park, is the author of Urban Worrier: Making Politics Personal. An attorney and former planning commissioner for the City of Santa Monica, he is also a former columnist for the Santa Monica Lookout News.

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