George Wolfberg

Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association

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President emeritus of the Santa Monica Canyon Civic Association, member of the Pacific Palisades Community Council, and a resident of Santa Monica Canyon for more than 40 years

George Wolfberg on KCRW

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