What's Best for Athens: Big Parks or Little Ones?
The Leisure Services Department says go big.
What should be the future of parks in Athens-Clarke County?
Some residents of the Boulevard neighborhood have been pushing for small green spaces like a passive garden on a plot of land at Barber and Boulevard, and some county commissioners have been supportive.
On a limited and dwindling budget, where should the county direct its resources -- toward a patchwork of neighborhood oases or toward improving and expanding destination parks? Is it possible to do both?
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