Strip club developer offers to lend land for temporary dog park in North Bay Village

North Bay Village considers dog park beside Treasure Island Elementary

Miami Herald | News 

Many evenings, a group of North Bay Village residents and their pets can be found gathered on the school yard behind Treasure Island Elementary School.

Maxine Tayar said she and other dog owners have been using it as an unofficial dog park, but are now pushing for a village-sanctioned park where dogs can run off-leash.

Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/miami-beach/article1974964.html

Follow up: Strip club developer offers to lend land for temporary dog park in North Bay Village

Miami Herald | News 

North Bay Village officials have told residents they are exploring options for a dog park, but the village’s dog owners aren’t waiting.

With their dogs, a group of residents gathered Sunday in a grassy area off the Kennedy Causeway, where they hope to set down a park for their pets to run off-leash. The patch is being lent to residents by Scott Greenwald, the developer who owns the property. He said he plans to develop it but that in the meantime – a few months, maybe a year – residents can use it as a dog park.

Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/miami-beach/article1980437.html

 

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