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Roget Park opens to the public

Lodi's 29th park features exercise stations, native plants and game tables

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Posted: Wednesday, April 3, 2013 12:00 am

If you're looking for a place to play backgammon or bocce ball, or try out a bit of leisurely open-air circuit training, Roget Park on Tienda Drive is now open for the public to enjoy.

Steve Dutra, parks superintendent, led several commissioners and city officials on a brief tour of the 29th city park on Tuesday. The 4-acre park cost about $650,000, much of which came from selling a neighboring parcel to Eden Housing, a nonprofit group planning to build senior housing.

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