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Student Advocates in San Diego, CA Secure Access to Open Space through New Joint Use Agreement

The City Council unanimously approved a joint-use agreement between itself and the San Diego Unified School District that will allow a K-8 school that had no access to grass on campus to finally have access to an open green space.  Construction will include a 1.5-acre field and track and will replace a dirt-and-gravel lot and will be available for public use outside school hours.  When completed, the city and school district will share annual operation and maintenance costs. “This is a park-starved area of San Diego, and we desperately need this joint-use field,” San Diego City Councilwoman Marti Emerald said. “We’ve got to get some parks in for the community.”

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