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Casey Schreiner
22:41
Hi everyone!
Casey Schreiner
22:48
And hi, Mike! Can’t wait to see this presentation!
Dora Herrera
23:17
Hi Ana - you’re everywhere!
Mike Eberts
23:18
Casey, congratulations on the book. I think it’s the #1 seller at Skylight.
Dora Herrera
23:32
It’s a great book!
Linda Othenin-Girard
35:39
Do we know how these bond issues were paid for? Where did the revenue come from? Sales tax, property tax?
Gerry Hans
01:09:58
Do you suppose the servicemen at RYV had learned to be racially, ethnically mixed as a life- learning experience while serving their country?
Dora Herrera
01:10:03
On the CCC pay, was it $30 + $25 to send to the dependents?
Dora Herrera
01:10:12
Was the RYV closed really to make room for the Freeways?
Dora Herrera
01:11:04
Sold out for $1 per year…
Ron Bitzer
01:25:04
Mike Davis writes (City of Quartz) that the 1905 City Council passed a policy to reject charitable gifts of vacant land for LA public parks as a blanket policy. I cannot verify this; suggestions for verifying this?
Dora Herrera
01:29:30
$10 an hour for meters in the park seems high.
Casey Schreiner
01:30:00
Mike, thank you for a beautiful and fascinating presentation - and for your tireless work in keeping the story of Griffith Park alive.
Anna Josenhans
01:30:47
Fantastic presentation!
Dora Herrera
01:30:51
Excellent! Thanks for new info on the park!
Catherine Landers
01:30:52
Thank you so much Mike, this was a wonderful and informative presentation!!