Paige Byron

Paige Byron Curry

Paige Byron Curry is taking on a new role as executive director of Astoria Park Conservancy, a nonprofit that will eventually be responsible for stewarding an updated Astoria Hot Springs Park.

Her appointment to the role follows her work at the Trust for Public Land to revive the park by raising $4.3 million. Construction is targeted to begin next spring, with $1.7 million left to raise.

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