Central Avenue Jazz Park West Community Meeting

Jazz Park is located at Central Avenue and 42nd Place in the City of
Los Angeles. The park is expanding across 42nd, and we are looking for
YOUR IDEAS to help in the design.

The
Jazz Park workshops are sponsored by the Community Redevelopment Agency
of the City of Los Angeles, Lewis/Schoeplein achitects, and Mia Lehrer
+ Associates.

Esta cabildo esta patrocinado por
Community Redevelopment Agency de la Ciudad de Los Angeles,
Lewis/Schoeplein Architects y Mia Lehrer + Associates.

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