Dale Coley, left, sits with his granddaughter Bella Travels, 5, who enjoys an ice cream at Woodward Park on a sunny Sunday morning in September in Fresno. Improving Fresno’s parks is the focus of a new study.
Dale Coley, left, sits with his granddaughter Bella Travels, 5, who enjoys an ice cream at Woodward Park on a sunny Sunday morning in September in Fresno. Improving Fresno’s parks is the focus of a new study. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Dale Coley, left, sits with his granddaughter Bella Travels, 5, who enjoys an ice cream at Woodward Park on a sunny Sunday morning in September in Fresno. Improving Fresno’s parks is the focus of a new study. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

Creating new parks, maintaining current ones backed by Fresno City Council

December 01, 2016 01:53 PM

UPDATED December 02, 2016 06:30 AM

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