Lawrence Culver

Assistant Professor of History, Utah State University

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Assistant Professor of History at Utah State University and author of the forthcoming book, The Frontier of Leisure: Southern California and the Shaping of Modern America

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Two years ago, City Controller Laura Chick audited the Department of Parks and Recreation and  found  there was no way to assess the need for new parks in Los Angeles.

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