Fresno Building Healthy Communities and its manager, Sandra Celedón-Castro, have worked to highlight the city’s parks shortage and lack of parkland south of Shaw Avenue, under outgoing Mayor Ashley Swearengin. The group plans to continue its push, especially for an updated parks master plan, when Mayor-elect Lee Brand takes over in January.
Fresno Building Healthy Communities and its manager, Sandra Celedón-Castro, have worked to highlight the city’s parks shortage and lack of parkland south of Shaw Avenue, under outgoing Mayor Ashley Swearengin. The group plans to continue its push, especially for an updated parks master plan, when Mayor-elect Lee Brand takes over in January. Fresno Bee file
Fresno Building Healthy Communities and its manager, Sandra Celedón-Castro, have worked to highlight the city’s parks shortage and lack of parkland south of Shaw Avenue, under outgoing Mayor Ashley Swearengin. The group plans to continue its push, especially for an updated parks master plan, when Mayor-elect Lee Brand takes over in January. Fresno Bee file
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From the left, groups plan to push Brand to remember the disadvantaged as Fresno mayor

November 19, 2016 04:00 PM