Meeting on building a N. Asheville dog park set for July 18 tonight

Here’s the press release from the Friends of North Asheville Dog Park group, which includes Asheville City Council member Chris Pelly:

North Asheville Dog Park Public Meeting
July 18, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.

The Friends of North Asheville Dog Park will host a meeting to invite public comment on the Friend’s proposal to develop dog park in north Asheville. The meeting will be July 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium at the Ira B. Jones Elementary School located at 544 Kimberly Avenue in north Asheville.

The Friends of North Asheville Dog Park is a group of citizens dedicated to creating a dog park in north Asheville. The group has identified an eight-acre privately owned property at 284 Beverdam Rd. at the Wild Cherry Rd. intersection, as a potential site for a future dog park. The property is owned by Arc Development of North Carolina.

For more information contact the Friends of North Asheville Dog Park at

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