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Roberta Bechtel at Triangle Park on San Francisco’s westside.

The Little Park That Could Do More

By Joel P. Engardio

As City Hall grapples with coronavirus pandemic recovery, the threat of resurgence without a vaccine and a looming $2.5 billion deficit, it’s hard to know where to find solutions when the problems seem so big and insurmountable.

A small neighborhood park could be a good place to start.




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Joel Engardio

Joel Engardio

Forward-thinking + pragmatic Democrat, civil liberties advocate, award-winning journalist, Westside SF homeowner. My local views at

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