[Tweeters] Take the King County Parks survey by Sept. 14
tweeters at dartfrogmedia.com
Tue Sep 13 10:08:13 PDT 2011
Thanks to Tiffany for the reminder.
I took the survey and want to encourage all of you who care about
wildlife to do the same.
As a frequent visitor to Marymoor Park and the Sammamish Slough
abutting it, I emphasized these points in my responses:
1. Enforce on-leash rules where they apply. A few dog owners are
adamant about letting their dogs run roughshod in delicate nature
preserve areas. Government officials currently do absolutely nothing
to require compliance with the law.
2. Enforce stay-on-the-trail rules. I see people off trail in the
East Meadow all the time, including during breeding season.
3. Enforce noise ordinances, including on Lake Sammamish and the
Sammamish Slough. Boaters regularly play music at a volume that would
make asphalt-shaking car stereos sound like music boxes.
I urge you to take 5 minutes to take the survey, and please consider
including the above points to whatever others you wish to make.
At 09:45 AM 9/13/2011, Tiffany Linbo wrote:
>For those who would like to give input on King County Parks...
>Last chance to help King County Parks shape the future of its parks and trails
>As part of its commitment to improving its parks and trails, King
>County Parks is looking for feedback about what makes King County's
>parks, trails, and natural areas great for County residents and
>what's needed in the future to make them even better.
>Now through Sept. 14, King County Parks is encouraging residents to
>take a brief online survey, which can be found
>athttp://www.kingcounty.gov/parksurvey. Those who complete the
>survey and provide an email address will be entered into a drawing
>to win a CamelBak hydration backpack.
>The online survey is part of a larger customer satisfaction effort,
>which has included focus groups, in-person surveys in a variety of
>park and trail locations, and special workshops engaging youth.
>The survey work is being completed by Site Story, a local consulting
>practice specializing in community outreach, sustainability, and
>cultural and public open space planning. This work is funded in part
>by a grant from the National Center for Civic Innovation.
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