Call-in Day to U.S. Representatives and Senators – March 21, 2011

Tell them:

  1. We want to keep the GGNRA open to dogs and off-leash dog walking.
  2. We want them to tell the GGNRA to stop pushing its extreme proposal, a plan that will negatively impact so many of us who live in the Bay Area.
  3. Specifically, tell them we understand that Congress could resolve this conflict by codifying the GGNRA’s 1979 Pet Policy as a Section Seven Special Regulation, and mandating that all properties added to the GGNRA after 1979 maintain historical recreational access.

Additional Info:


U.S. Representative Jackie Speier………………..(202) 225-3531
U.S. Representative Lynn Woolsey……………….(202) 225-5161
U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi……(202) 225-4965
U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer…………………………(202) 224-3553
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein……………………..(202) 224-3841
U.S. Representative Anna Eshoo………………..(202) 225-8104

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One Response to Call-in Day to U.S. Representatives and Senators – March 21, 2011

  1. william Carman says:

    The battle for off leash dogs will not end with GGNRA. You represent the front lines on what may be an anti dog movement in America. Two senators, and four congress persons in the minority party will not be able to do much with out help.

    As you may or may not know, East Bay Regional Parks on the other side of the bay is also gearing up for a debate, brought on by intra agencies conversations between GGNRA and EBRP.
    GGNRA is a nationally run organization whose policies directly conflict with the land they assumed management of. The outcome in the Golden Gate district, may have national consequences that will either improve, or permanently alter the American experience of dog ownership.

    Please reach across the bay to gather more support. Get more congress persons involved. Increase strength and then reach across the nation and political party lines to keep American dogs free.

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