Now Over 1700

Reggie signs the petition/ Emilie Keas photo.

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.

Steve Oppenheimer with Kurszán and Gypsy

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3 thoughts on “Now Over 1700

  • August 14, 2022 at 11:27 am
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    WE WILL NEED IN PERSON BERKELEY CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS WHEN MEETINGS ARE RESUMED SEPTEMBER 12. CONTACT MAYOR ARREGUIN AND COUNCIL MEMBERS HAHN AND WENGRAD AND CHRIS NASO, CHIEF OF STAFF WHO ARE IN CHARGE OF THIS ISSUE.

  • August 14, 2022 at 11:23 am
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    ANY INTEREST IN COMPOST TOILETS LIKE MARIN COUNTY HAS FOR GOVT. OFFICES AND SWEEDEN HAS FOR THE WHOLE COUNTRY SINCE THE 1960’S? COULDN’T THEY BE AN UPGRADE FOR TOILETS PEOPLE WANT IN CHAVEZ PARK TO REPLACE PORTA POTTIES?

  • August 13, 2022 at 9:09 pm
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    I’m so grateful for all the work you’re putting into saving the park. Thank you!

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