[FoE-M] Amazon Small Dog Area Web Survey extended to May 22
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Sat May 21 10:10:33 PDT 2011
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From: RICHARDSON Philip S <Philip.S.Richardson at ci.eugene.or.us>
Date: Fri, 20 May 2011 17:42:11 -0700
If you haven't already forwarded to your respective Neighborhood Association email lists, or posted on Neighborhood websites or wiki's, please consider doing so now. The survey will be closed after this coming Sunday, May 22nd, thanks. -Philip
Amazon Small Dog Area Proposal
Sunday, May 22nd last date to fill out the web survey.
Thanks to those of you who have already provided thoughtful feedback on the small dog area proposal for Amazon Park. We've now received over 250 responses, the most we've yet received for any survey. If you haven't yet responded, there are only two days left. To take the survey, go to our Amazon Small Dog Area webpage, review the information there, and then click the online survey link:
It is very important at this stage of the process that we hear all points of view, from as broad a cross-section of community members as possible. So, please forward this reminder email to others you think may be interested in providing feedback.
The follow-up public meeting date has now been scheduled for Thursday, June 16th, 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. at the Hilyard Community Center, please mark your calendars!
For further information contact: Neil Bjorklund, City of Eugene, Parks and Open Space Division at neil.h.bjorklund at ci.eugene.or.us<mailto:neil.h.bjorklund at ci.eugene.or.us>
If you would like to be added to, or removed from, the Amazon Small Dog Area Interested Parties email list, please send an email request to: philip.s.richardson at ci.eugene.or.us<mailto:philip.s.richardson at ci.eugene.or.us>
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