Active in pressuring Parma's City Council in the late 1960s and 1970s, Anthony Spzak reflects on his past work to improve the landfill conditions of the city in order to protect his children and family. Motivated again by health in relation to sewage, Spzak discusses his motivation for working with WCPC to halt the building of a golf course and to the adverse affects of poorly managed drainage systems. Spzak's interview notes the correlation between issues pertaining to public health and the environment.
Spzak, Anthony (interviewee)
King, Michael (interviewer)
Rivers Roads and Rails 2008
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"Anthony Spzak Interview, 2008" (2008). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 517024.