After much discussion and a public visitation on site, held by my office, I am very proud to announce that the Parks and Recreation Commission unanimously voted today to support my proposal to not to take public park land or land that could be used to expand the Nature Center -- and instead to go ahead with a 1.6 acre dog park in the "tree farm" maintenance yard.
I previously posted the map and I do believe this is a "win-win" on this issue. Now hopefully, the other council members will check out the site and support this effort.
My thanks to Parks and Rec staff who finally agreed that this location was the best for all concerned.
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Thursday, November 10, 2011
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