To the Editor:
I would like to consider the option to publicly thank the Extended Seashore Township Office of Public Works for its notice to the puppy park at the 68th Avenue complex.
When my tremendous-skinny, shapeshifting pooch simply sauntered out the entrance (ah, the entice of pickleball!), I panicked, thinking that I could possibly not be able to get pleasure from the park. Not so.
I obtained in touch with the DPW, and Brian spoke with me on the phone and in man or woman and went to the park not the moment, not 2 times, but at the very least 3 moments to exploration and then make some adjustments to keep my doggy, and other people, protected. The operate that the crew did to realign the gates led to other accommodations acquiring to be manufactured, but almost nothing was missed.
One early morning final week, with the warm west wind delivering its quite a few delights, two cheerful workforce had been digging out weeds and laying new mulch. All the even though, these guys produced certain that no pet dog acquired unfastened or approached an active shovel. Persistently, the grass is mowed, holes are evened out, and the fountain location is saved impressively thoroughly clean.
In the midst of myriad concerns that need day by day notice, Deb took the time to talk to me, and Brian also asked me to deliver photographs to make sure that he was completely clear about the region of issue. Every single single man or woman I encountered smiled and expressed a genuine wish to aid.
Sad to say, many acquire for granted all that is well managed on this Island, forgetting to thank the men and women who make it so. I do not. Thank you, LBT DPW. My Evie and I are very grateful when we are playing in the pet park. We respect your looking out for the wants of all people.
Pearl River, N.Y., and Beach front Haven Gardens