Jerry Hruby has served as the Mayor of Brecksville, Ohio, since 1988 and serves on the advisory board of the National Park Service. He discusses studies of deer, coyotes, drainage, and wetlands in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the 2006 flood, bald eagles in the park, the Ohio Canal as living history, park superintendent John Debo, and the park's role in regional tourism.
Hruby, Jerry (interviewee)
McKnight, Jed (interviewer)
Rivers Roads and Rails 2008
"Jerry Hruby Interview, 2008" (2008). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 517044.
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