William Land Park, above, would need $16.7 million to fix, renovate and update its facilities, according to a study commissioned in 2015 by Councilman Steve Hansen.
William Land Park, above, would need $16.7 million to fix, renovate and update its facilities, according to a study commissioned in 2015 by Councilman Steve Hansen. José Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file
William Land Park, above, would need $16.7 million to fix, renovate and update its facilities, according to a study commissioned in 2015 by Councilman Steve Hansen. José Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file

Sacramento parks staff shrunk as acreage rose

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