The Cordova Recreation and Park District has been before, with residents questioning its maintenance practices and .
But now some residents are asking if better security in Rosemont Community Park could have prevented the killing of 13-year-old Jessica Funk-Haslam, who was found dead in a dugout on March 6.
President Doug Haaland was critical of park district officials for not attending a community meeting held to address Jessica's homicide investigation, according to CBS 13.
“Why wasn’t the district at the meeting? I’m not 100 percent sure why the district wasn’t at the meeting,” CBS 13 quoted District Administrator James Rodems as saying.
The CBS 13 report brings up concerns about lighting and security patrols in the park, but adds that the park district "says they just don’t have the money."
Rosemont, could better lighting, the addition of surveillance cameras or better security patrols have saved Jessica's life? Vote in our poll below and leave a comment with your thoughts.