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Jan 04 2011

Waterfront Committee Meeting January 10

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UPDATE:

Committee Meeting has been changed to January 24. 2011 – Thanks Emilie

Waterfront Committee Meeting

Date: 1/10/2011 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Location: Albany City Hall – Council Chambers

1000 San Pablo Avenue – Map

ANYONE ATTENDING?

Would anyone like to help keep us updated on the what happens at the Committee meetings?

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Jan 04 2011

Park Planning for Albany Waterfront

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More details on the East Bay Regional Park Planning for the Albany Bulb

http://ebparks.org/planning#albany

Download the Park Planning Presentation Slides (PDF)

http://ebparks.org/files/AlbanyBeachWorkshop_Presentation_Slides_12-13-2010.pdf

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Dec 02 2010

Albany Beach Restoration Study and Community Workshop

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East Bay Regional Park District invites you to attend a community workshop to discuss a study that is underway examining the feasibility of improvements identified in the Eastshore State park General Plan for the Albany Beach area. These potential improvements include restoration of beach and dune habitats, improved access to San Francisco Bay, closing a key gap in the San Francisco Bay trail, shoreline stabilization and other park facilities such as picnic areas, interpretive exhibits and restrooms. 

Date: December 13, 2010 Time: 7:30-9:00pm

Place: Hosted by the City of Albany Waterfront Committee at the City of Albany Senior Center
846 Masonic Avenue, Albany CA 94706

Albany City (link)

East Bay Regional Park District (link)

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Oct 13 2010

Albany Looking at Leash Laws for Albany Waterfront

The city committee on the waterfront is one step closer to creating rules for the Bulb after a unanimous vote Monday night. Committee Meeting Minutes

“Essentially, dogs would have to be on-leash up through the parking lot, beach and neck, according to the proposed policy. Starting just west of the neck, on the piece of land known as the Bulb, owners and walkers could shift to a voice command system.

A motion about the draft policy included the creation of a two-page map to define the leash regulations for dogs on the waterfront; the requirement that walkers carry a dog walker permit either from the city or from the East Bay Regional Park District; and that dogs declared “vicious and dangerous” would be banned from the area; that there will be a clearly defined off-leash area on the Bulb.”  Emilie Raguso/Albany Patch

Download the Dog management at Albany Waterfront – review draft policy (pdf)

Read full article at www.Albany.Patch.com

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Jul 20 2010

Albany Bulb Dog Policy

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Albany Bulb Dog Policy

An Interesting read on the recent Albany Waterfront Committee meeting.

Lots of discussion about controlling the dogs at  The Bulb, which centered on how to license dog walkers, or dog guardians, as well, committee members also talked about how to determine which areas should require leashes; how to protect certain areas from dog-induced wear; and how to make sure the public supports the plan.

The new policy (download the draft of Albany’s Waterfront Dog Policy), could ultimately be folded into the Parks and Recreation Department’s dog ordinance.

Some public comments made at the meeting included:
one woman saying she doesn’t take her 14 year old dog to the Bulb because it is too “chaotic”;

and of course, as always, there is suggestion that “fenced-off area for pets could be helpful in ensuring community members and Bulb visitors respect the ordinance.” (More fencing?!)

And another asked why they weren’t looking to the Voices to Vision report that cost thousands and thousands of dollars; noting that along with the other studies done costs now total up to the millions spent on these studies.

Read more about the Waterfront Committe Meeting and what was said at AlbanyPatch.com

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