What's wrong with having an important museum with close access to the main traffic artery through Atlanta? What's wrong with Coke giving a multi million dollar piece of land to a worthy cause? What's wrong with putting the museum next to two other major public attractions on an undeveloped lot that sits on the most popular park in downtown Atlanta?
Clustering is a concept that is well proven. If putting the Civil Rights museum near these other attractions means 100 extra people per day go to the museum, we are all ahead.
The city should accept Coke's gift and build a world class facility on it.
Yes, Mr. Harrison. You are too cynical.
Creative Loafing Atlanta
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