People of Cypress Park: Germain Franciosa | KCET
People of Cypress Park: Germain Franciosa
My name is Germain Franciosa.
I've been living here since nineteen-ninety-six. It's quiet, a lot of people hop around. There are a lot of good stores around here. I have seen a decrease in the violence around the neighborhood, around the community. Occasionally there is a little.
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