Urban Sprawl — Tips and Tricks

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Whether it’s keeping up with the latest trends or enhancing one’s personal development, education is an important ingredient to the City of Chandler’s game plan. But for those in Parks and Recreation, everyday exchanges are an opportunity to strengthen their impact. “The more dialogue we have with each other, the more ideas we produce,” says Eynatten. “We can’t start something without being truly open to learning from one another. We all have something to contribute. The point when we stop listening is when we should clean up and quit.”

Erica Ramos-Guevara works for the City of Chandler, Ariz., in its Community Services-Recreation Division. She can be reached via e-mail at Erica.ramos-guevara@chandleraz.gov.

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