What do you thing of the suggestions in the draft document?

over 6 years ago
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  • patch almost 8 years ago
    I can well understand the issues regarding offleash and environment sensitivity. It would have been helpful to give us a map of the area with clues as to just what areas are off limits and what areas can be developed as walking track. As it stands it is hard to assess exactly what area we will be now limited to and exactly where any new tracks mighy be developed .
    I think it also quite ironic because the very tracks where we walk our dogs are teaming with bird life which depends on the richness of native vegetation that currently exist and which is about to be decimated. What do the environmentalists say to this???
  • axel almost 8 years ago
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  • Pookie over 7 years ago
    I agree with Patch.

    Just observing too.....when it is a dog walking track, off leash area or any other type of designated area for dogs the areas are clean, have wildlife visiting and generally in better 'natural' state than the human parks, walkways, footpaths etc etc.

    Walking a track with my 3 dogs is a quiet and peaceful occasion. Do the same track with 3 people and it will be noisy, no birds heard, no rustling in the scrub..........and you can bet on a tissue or something being dropped albeit accidently. Accident or not dropped is dropped!
  • Pookie over 7 years ago
    PS you may like to run a spell check over your question above...........I think you will find you should have 'think' not 'thing'. Just saying .......... confidence is not instilled by unprofessional work.