Robert Garcia

Long Beach Mayor

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Executive Director and Counsel for The City Project, which provides legal and policy advocacy relating to parks, schools and improved health services

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Three years ago, California was threatening to close state parks due to a lack of maintenance and declining attendance.

CA Parks Need to Diversify and Upgrade to Survive

Three years ago, California was threatening to close state parks due to a lack of maintenance and declining attendance.

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Last week, Evan George wrote a lengthy  story  in the Downtown News about the Miguel Contreras Learning Complex.

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Last week, Evan George wrote a lengthy story in the Downtown News about the Miguel Contreras Learning Complex.

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