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According to Mike Wooten, senior management analyst with the city of Temecula, it has been more than 25 years since the city of Temecula created its original Parks Master Plan in 1993.Back then he said, the city had only five parks and 32,000 residents. Today, there are 40 parks within the city and more than 115,000 residents using them.That’s why the city is inviting the public to participate in community services workshops to help the Community Services Department create the Community Services Master Plan.“The Community Services Master Plan is an important planning tool to help ensure our programs, parks and services continue to serve the needs of our community as it evolves over the next 20 years,” Wooten said. “This master plan will chart a strategic path forward fo
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