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Hollyhock To Stay Public

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 03:07 AM
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by Eric last modified Feb 28, 2011

Los Angeles city officials who were toying with the idea of saving more than $1 million a year by privatizing nine neighborhood arts facilities have bowed to community objections and decided to privatize only four. One of the public institutions staying that way is Hollywood's Barnsdall Park and its most famous attraction, the "Hollyhock House." Read more about these developments here. Image via the Los Angeles Times




 

 

Picture 1 Los Angeles city officials who were toying with the idea of saving more than $1 million a year by privatizing nine neighborhood arts facilities have bowed to community objections and decided to privatize only four. One of the public institutions staying that way is Hollywood's Barnsdall Park and its most famous attraction, the "Hollyhock House." Read more about these developments here.

Image via the Los Angeles Times


 

 

 
 
 

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