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Dog Meeting tonite at 7:00, Jordan Middle School

Original post made by Parent, Walter Hays School, on Nov 17, 2009

Do we need more dog runs? Should we ban dogs from school campuses? Should we enforce the leash law? Discussion with the community on the adequacy of recreational opportunities for dog owners within the City of Palo Alto.

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