How We See It: Lake Vote Shouldn't Create Cloud Over Redevelopment

Posted: March 31, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Who knew Lake Atalanta, a place that has brought the people of Rogers together for decades, would be a source of consternation as city leaders work to return the park around it to its stature as a must-visit location for residents and visitors alike?


Rogers’ admirable efforts to revitalize Lake Atalanta and its surroundings took a controversial turn with debate over closing the lake road, but progress continues to restore the lake as a prime destination.

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