In Akron, Ohio, investment in the civic commons sparks a dialogue about social equity.
By Rachel Dovey
Summit Lake in Akron, Ohio, is a glacial landmark shaped like a lopsided figure eight. It sits along a continental divide, so its waters flow both north toward Lake Erie and south toward the Mississippi River. “Not many cities have this kind of asset,” says Kyle Lukes, ASLA, a senior landscape architect with Environmental Design Group in Akron. Continue reading A Lake and a Long History→