Think Star Wars and Han Solo: "It's not my fault!"
The City's let us know there will be more delay getting started on the dog park and, well, it's not their fault they say. Here are the two messages we received from Daryl Braithwaite, the City's Public Works Director:
At this stage, we're extremely disappointed at the lack of forward progress on this. Both the current and prior city managers told everyone the dog park would be built with the gates open. Yet here we are in 2016 with not one shovel having been turned.
So what can we do? Keep the pressure on. Frequently emails to your City and County Council members can let them know it's important to you. Perhaps it will be important enough for them to do something about it and put some pressure on the County parks staff.