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The CPRS Job Center currently has over 30 job announcements; Here is a current job announcement that may interest you.
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State board candidate slate is set
The CPRS State Board of Directors has announced the 2014 candidate slate for the positions of vice president, Region 1, Region 3, and Region 5 representatives, and the Council of Section Representative. The statewide ballots will be distributed electronically in early January 2014.

Vice President:
Doug Grove, RHA Landscape Architects Planners, Inc., Riverside
Kristi McClure, City of El Cajon
Andre Pichly, City of West Sacramento
Alexa Pritchard, City of Roseville

Council of Section Representative
Tom Hellman, Cosumnes Community Services
District
Donna Legge, Town of Windsor

Region 1 Representative (Districts 1, 2, 3)
Mike Dopson, Cosumnes Community Services District
Henry Perezalonso, Town of Danville
Christine Talbot, Quadriga Landscape Architecture & Planning, Sacramento

Region 3 Representative (Districts 7, 8, 15)
Darin Budak, City of Bakersfield

Region 5 Representative (Districts 9, 10, 12)
Aliah Brozowski, City of Santee

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The department of parks and rec wants your input on what parks should be
L.A. Streetsblog
Julian C. Dixon/48th St. Park on Hoover and 48th has been undergoing a makeover for the past couple of months. The small playground, cracked-up basketball court and small (but well-used) fitness zone sat like disparate islands floating along the edges of a sea of poorly kept grass populated by large, incongruous boulders. All lovingly enclosed within a hideously rickety chain-link fence. Aesthetically pleasing it was not.
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Man faces trial for Perkasie pool party
The Philadelphia Inquirer
By all accounts, when nearly 800 guests descended upon Perkasie's public pool on a Sunday night in August, they wreaked havoc unlike anything the small town had endured. Music was blasting, people dove into the shallow end and flipped off the diving board, and empty liquor bottles were strewed across the premises at the Menlo Aquatics Center. "It was chaotic," said pool manager Tom Knueppel, adding that his staff had to rescue about 10 swimmers during the soiree.
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Santa Fe, NM, commission asks about city's use of parks bond money
Albuquerque Journal
A city advisory committee is raising serious questions about how Santa Fe, N.M., officials spent a $30.3 million parks bond approved by voters in 2008. That includes why reported expenditures for some projects changed after they were completed, if the city actually implemented budgeted improvements at some parks even though in some case over-budget expenditures were made and why costs per acre are different for improvements at parks with similar features.
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