Stadium should do no harm to surrounding communities 

Blank, city, and state have responsibility to not create a sea of asphalt outside new facility

WHOSE ASPHALT? Now that the new Atlanta Falcons stadium is a done deal, more focus needs to be on the areas surrounding the complex — and not hurting neighborhoods

Joeff Davis

WHOSE ASPHALT? Now that the new Atlanta Falcons stadium is a done deal, more focus needs to be on the areas surrounding the complex — and not hurting neighborhoods

Late last week, Atlantans were treated to brand-new drawings of the proposed Atlanta Falcons stadium. The $1.2 billion complex, according to the slick renderings, will be wide enough to fit an aircraft carrier. The Statue of Liberty would be able to stand…

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