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There was a glow of accomplishment among Whittier dog lovers Tuesday after City Council approved plans for a $546,640 dog park and authorized the city clerk-treasurer to advertise for bids on construction at a lot along the Greenway Trail at
Residents have asked the DeKalb Park District board for years to create a dog park. Now that park board members have approved creating one, they say the amount of use it gets will determine whether it becomes a permanent fixture. Park commissioners
Both the Mary Avenue dog park and the second phase of the Stevens Creek Corridor restoration project are expected to be near completion and ready for public use some time in February, public works director Timm Borden told the Cupertino City Council
Fido and Rover could have a space of their own to run off-leash, if a renewed effort to build a small dog park is successful. John Tobias, a 32-year DeKalb resident, wants to build a simple 5-acre dog park near the skate park on West Dresser Road,
Auditorium Shores to a 3.25-acre site in the western corner of the park, near the train trestle...If there's anyone out there who supports shrinking and relocating the off-leash dog park at Auditorium Shores , you wouldn't know it by the overwhelming
I live in Cape Cod Village Mobile Home Community and go through the Mathilda/101/237 traffic exchange daily, and it's already a mess. I am quite sure my letter won't do any good to make the developer or any government official do something about
14 PM Updated: 17 September 2013 10:15 PM Richardson residents have hounded Michael Massey about a dog park for years. The parks director said people approach him everywhere at the grocery store, church, public functions.
The Borough Council unleashed its objections this week to building a dog park in the borough. The consensus of council members at a Tuesday meeting was not to pursue creating a designated area for dogs, which would have been located at Memorial Park.
However, certain locations with unique features have turned some residents into regular visitors. The community around the Western Trails Equestrian Park, 7500 Cameron St., had a lot of input in the park's design and features, according to Steve
The Tinley Park Park District will build the park on more than seven acres at the southern end of 84th Avenue, south of Nielsen Drive and north of the Rock Island Line tracks. The district hopes to start preliminary work on the dog park, such as