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Rogers' Lake Atalanta Road Meetings Scheduled

Posted: January 30, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Another round of angst is likely next month when two meeting are scheduled on the future of the road around Lake Atalanta, said members of the Roger Parks and Recreation Commission.

At A Glance

Lake Atalanta Renovation

Rogers leaders expect to spend $17 million to renovate Lake Atalanta over the next three years. Plans include almost 12 miles of mostly multi-use trails on 200 acres. Natural looking playground equipment, creating a small waterfall where Frisco and Diamond streams converge, more picnic tables, a boardwalk with fishing piers and a bike park are also planned.

Source: Staff Report

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