I oppose any partition of St. Alban's Square, for a fenced enclosure for off-leash dogs,or otherwise.
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Vesna Vukov, Canada6 years ago Comments: Strongly opposed to this proposal. Vesna Vukov (Howland resident)
Paola Vanzetti, Canada6 years ago Comments: Why an off leash area for dogs could be though as a right We don
Robert Savlouskis, Canada6 years ago Comments: The nature of a public area is to be pen and used by everybody. The use open to all people equally is the one that guarantees reciprocal respect, avoiding to creating differences, injustice, privileges, restrictions. This small park is lively and full of human activities throughout the year: humans relaxing, reading, exercising, playing, sporting, playing music, gathering at all ages, partying for birthdays. All this cannot survive in an environment with off leash dogs. Fencing does not suit the neighbourhood. Fencing would disrupt circulation of the long and narrow square. Fencing would attract dogs from other areas and their owners may drive them to the park aggravating the already severe parking problem. The presence of the school already creates an intense use of St. Alban
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