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By AMANDA PAZORNIK

The Orange County Register
Tuesday, June 10, 2008

 

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"This is not a DOG issue; it is a PEOPLE issue." Jan Drago, City of Seattle Councilmember

"Testimonials include the fact that people have moved into a neighborhood because of their [the dog parks'] existence, and that people derive enjoyment in sharing this activity with others; it is as if these locations are community centers for people as well as canines." John Etter, Parks Planning, Public Works Maintenance, Eugene, OR

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Dog Parks: Can a Place That Lets Rover Roam Help Your Shelter?.pdf- by Joanne Bourbeau, Animal Sheltering, May - June 1998. The benefits of dog parks mentioned apply to the entire community as much as to a shelter.

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Benefits to the Community.pdf - Noted benefits from established off-leash areas in Indiana.

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 By AMANDA PAZORNIK

The Orange County Register
Wednesday, May 14, 2008

 

Plans to build a dog park at Aliso Canyon Community Park could be stalled after the AVCA Board of Directors voted 3-2 to move forward with investigating tot lots, an open space park and a parking lot.

 

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