I've been following this story for awhile now. It's a great case study for the strange gray areas in governance that sometimes hampers public projects. It's also a great example of how people can simply come together for a good cause: more open space for their community.
"It's 100 percent open," confirms Deborah Deets, from the Bureau of Sanitation's (BOS) Watershed Protection Division of the Ed P. Reyes River Greenway, a sliver of green space in industrial Lincoln Heights, by the Gold Line station. [read more]