Sunnyside (Park) Up: Writer / Ex Mayoral Aid Unleashes Doggy Disquisition

About the dearth of dog parks in Kansas City, Missouri and the feeble arguments against them…

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13 Responses to Sunnyside (Park) Up: Writer / Ex Mayoral Aid Unleashes Doggy Disquisition

  1. Anonymous says:

    so maybe gay parks?

  2. Anonymous says:

    rick – That depends. Is the leash optional?

  3. Anonymous says:

    “Retarded” not to have more dog parks. This guy has less class than his boss.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Funny stuff elbow. Also love the Rock reference.

  5. Anonymous says:

    So wise Latinas make better judges and gays do a better job of home remodeling. Who knew? So how do you explain lesbians with Weiner Dogs?

  6. Anonymous says:

    that is just……………hilarious. Thanks for the daily laugh and smile.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Smartman – could be worse. We could have Kay Barnes. She only cost the city a cool $2 MIL.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Is it just me or in the picture is one dog sniffing another dogs butt?

  9. Anonymous says:

    Rick: it’s you. Look closer!

  10. Anonymous says:

    I think you are right. So why are you sniffing my butt? I thought you just sniffed Craig’s?

  11. Anonymous says:

    Chris Bouchard
    Sunnyside Park was the wrong choice for so very many reasons, it is too small, it is too close to a heavily travelled thoroughfare, it already contains too many activity areas to include a walking trail, basketball courts, several ballfields, a children’s playground and sprayground, several tennis courts as well as several picnic areas. Those neighbors surrounding the park and a majority of residents in the immediate area were not receptive to the idea, nor were businesses around the park onboard with it either. Let us not forget the bad behavior exhibited by those in favor of the idea namely many WOOF members and their leader Deb Hipp, who advocated harassment of the Boardmembers and also used a deceptive campaign for the idea and often used downright untrue and/or derogatory language about those opposed to her and her group’s ideas about the park.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Chris Bouchard
    I believe in the concept of dogparks (well thought out and objectively planned out with the whole community in mind) and am a multi dog owner. I have worked for the Parks Department (and they are the Pros at what they do), I am a nearby resident of both Sunnyside and South Oak parks. All that to say, I with all sincerity, say that each and every Board member as well as those on the Parks Department’s Planning and Executive staffs deserve a hearty congratulations for making what might be condsidered by some a controversial decision. It was the right choice!

  13. Anonymous says:

    Chris Bouchard
    I applaud the Parks Board for making a wise choice in the selection of several of the City’s parks to add dogpark areas to, but more specifically I say they deserve a well earned pat on the back for not choosing the controversial Sunnyside Park. The Board by not selecting one of the Dog Park Task Force’s(which it should be said was a very non-objective and heavily biased group)top choice for a dogpark, Sunnyside Park, showed the City and it’s citizens that it could not and would not be bullied into a poor decision. You have made the right decision!!!

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