The signature count on the Petition to Save Our Park from BMASP topped 1700 this afternoon, and that’s just counting humans. We also collected 14 paw print signatures from visiting dogs, see below. Some dogs, however, were too big to print, like this pair of Kuvasz in the photo below. They are cattle guard dogs originally from Hungary. Conservancy volunteers Susan Black, Mary Law, Emilie Keas, and Marty Nicolaus staffed the table in the southeast corner of the park from 2 to 6 pm. Elisa Mikiten, candidate for City Council in District 1, kept us company for an hour, signed the petition, and helped her dog, Gromit, sign as well. The table will be open again tomorrow, Sunday, from 2 to 6 pm, on the west side of the park, near the parking circle at the end of Spinnaker Way.