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Mayor Ashley Swearengin and members of the Fresno City Council turned on Cobb Fountain at Fresno City Hall on Thursday, June 23, 2016. Inactive since 2009, the fountain outside City Hall will use recycled water. The fountain is named after Fresno pioneers Van Buren and Minerva Cobb. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Mayor Ashley Swearengin and members of the Fresno City Council turned on Cobb Fountain at Fresno City Hall on Thursday, June 23, 2016. Inactive since 2009, the fountain outside City Hall will use recycled water. The fountain is named after Fresno pioneers Van Buren and Minerva Cobb. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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