Posted Thursday, July 28, 2011 12:25 PM | Contributed by Jeff
Los Angeles opened the zoo and botanical gardens in 1966, but officials are now considering a proposal to turn over management to a private operator. That means the gardeners, plumbers and other city employees who help run the zoo could be transferred to other departments and replaced with private workers.
Read more from The LA Times.
I'd like to know if they keep track of their Baboons?
Parques Reunidos? Gee, where have we heard that name before? Hey LA follow the San Diego model, turn it over to the non profit zoological society.
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