Sunday, December 27, 2009

Dog Park before the Council in January?

The Herald's John Rook reports that the proposed dog park will be on the Council agenda in January:

“The group has raised about $4,000 right now,” explained Ceccolini. “We estimate that it will take about $12,000 to $15,000 to set up.”

Much of that cost would be dedicated to installing a permanent fence that would prevent dogs from running out into traffic on Waterbury Road and other amenities that could be positioned around the park grounds.

Tim White

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

And when the subject comes up on the agenda the council should make it clear that they still give their "go ahead" providing all the money is raised.
If the council decides to kick in any money, it will just give every other fundraiser in town the perception that they can get the balance of what they need from the council (or I should say, from the taxpayers).