Letters to editor

Past time to fix Cordelia Hills large dog park

By From page A8 | June 01, 2014

When does the city plan to finish the large dog park at the new Cordelia Hills Community Park? It is obvious that the large stone gravel areas of the park were meant to be paved over with concrete as this material is used for that purpose and not meant to be walked on by dogs, or people for that matter.

In the meantime, our dog and several others have been bloodied and injured on this gravel.

According to an article published in January, this is a known problem. I am appalled that after multiple injuries, mostly unpublicized, nothing has been done after all this time. I don’t understand why this park has been left in an unfinished, hazardous state in the first place. I’m guessing the condition of the park poses a liability for the city.

Perhaps I should investigate this?

Joe Seguin


Letter to the Editor


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  • [email protected]June 01, 2014 - 8:58 am

    They did the same thing on the trails over by the Ranch. It's awful!

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  • Debbe JoraskieJune 01, 2014 - 11:47 am

    The ticks are real bad there too! They need to mow the mustard greens away from the fence surrounding the dog park! Plus why can't we keep enough poop bags at the park? Sad to see our dog park in this manner!! :-(

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