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Guest Host: Susan Page
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- Peggy Stansbury Coordinator for the "Great Urban Parks: Sustaining the Legacy" Conference and chair of the Baltimore Conservatory Association
- Steve Coleman Executive director of Washington Parks and People
- Kathy Madden Vice president of Project for Public Spaces and director of the Urban Parks Institute
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