Houston residents willing to pay more for city parks, Rice Kinder Institute survey shows, Rice News, News and Media Relations
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Houston residents willing to pay more for city parks, Rice Kinder Institute survey shows, Rice News, News and Media Relations

Houston residents willing to pay more for city parks, Rice Kinder Institute  survey shows, Rice News, News and Media Relations
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Houston residents willing to pay more for city parks, Rice Kinder Institute  survey shows, Rice News, News and Media Relations
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Houston residents willing to pay more for city parks, Rice Kinder Institute  survey shows, Rice News, News and Media Relations
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