Jack Foley


Professor Emeritus in Urban Recreation and at California State University Northridge, and President of People for Parks of Los Angeles

Jack Foley on KCRW

The City of Los Angeles has a $49 million deficit this year alone.

City Prepares to Cut Budget for Recreation and Parks

The City of Los Angeles has a $49 million deficit this year alone.

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