In response to concerns from an adjacent synagogue, the entrance will be moved from Alden to Foothill, and landscaping and a wall will be added along the east side of the part to hopefully tamp down any barking. With security being of the highest priority, there will be an on-duty ranger for the first six months, as well as closed-circuit television cameras that can monitor the goings-on at the park, which is expected to be open from 8 am to 8 pm.
The BH City Council also voted to hire RTK Architects to design the park and the plan is for shade structures, trees, benches, “clean-up amenities,” and water fountains for both humans and dogs, as well as double-gated entry. But first, the soil at the site will have to be cleaned up, since it’s contaminated with arsenic “from previous uses.”
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