Residents say DuPage County Forest Preserve ignored survey results for path project
Opposition: Officials chose unwanted, more expensive material for dog park paths
DOWNERS GROVE – DuPage County Forest Preserve officials are moving ahead with a plan to replace turf and woodchip paths at two dog parks with crushed limestone despite a user survey that overwhelmingly rejected the plan.
“We’ve said to the board we don’t want this and we don’t like it,” Downers Grove resident Kathi Taskila said. “And basically they told us [they] don’t care.”
Taskila and several other regular dog parks users have expressed concerns with the crushed limestone, which they say would leave large amounts of white residue on their pets, dog toys, shoes, pants and other clothing.
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