Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin speaks during a press conference Friday where she announced that the Gov. Jerry Brown is recommending that $70 million for greenhouse reducation projects be given to the city to fund affordable housing, new parks and high-speed rail work. Joining her was Assemblyman Joaquin Arrambula, D-Fresno.
Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin speaks during a press conference Friday where she announced that the Gov. Jerry Brown is recommending that $70 million for greenhouse reducation projects be given to the city to fund affordable housing, new parks and high-speed rail work. Joining her was Assemblyman Joaquin Arrambula, D-Fresno. CRESENCIO RODRIGUEZ-DELGADO cdelgado@fresnobee.com
Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin speaks during a press conference Friday where she announced that the Gov. Jerry Brown is recommending that $70 million for greenhouse reducation projects be given to the city to fund affordable housing, new parks and high-speed rail work. Joining her was Assemblyman Joaquin Arrambula, D-Fresno. CRESENCIO RODRIGUEZ-DELGADO cdelgado@fresnobee.com

Climate-change funds could yield new housing, parks in Fresno

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