Sunday, January 16, 2011

Dog Alert - KQED Radio Forum, 88.5 FM

Monday January 17, 2011 - 9 AM

The GGNRA dog "plan" will be discussed on KQED radio (88.5 FM) Monday morning at 9 a.m. The deck is stacked. Two of the people scheduled to speak are virulently anti-dog. The one dog advocate is very, very moderate. Please write to KQED via their website (you can do so on Sunday), and call, call, call on Monday. 

Phone #: 1-
866-SF-Forum  or  1-

Michael Krasny KQED Forum.  Dog owners are rabid about the possibility that their carefree canines might need to be leashed on some of the land controlled by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Officials have just released a set of proposals that the public will have 90 days to sink its teeth into before any final decisions are made. Host: Scott Shafer Guests:

  • Brent Plater, executive director and president of the board of directors of the Wild Equity Institute
  • Howard Levitt, director of communications and partnerships for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area
  • Martha Walters, chairperson of the Chrissy Field Dog Group
Posted by Beverly Kingsbury 


todd bray said...

We went to CF Saturday with our dogs. There was a bull dog meet up in progress. Lots of dogs, lots of people, lots of tourists on rented bicycles. No cat walkers. Maybe that is the issue. Pet walking envy by cat people.

Kathy Meeh said...

Todd, sounds like a great walk for people and dogs. Lousy place to hang-out unless you're a big cat.

bulldog said...

French or English Bulldogs?