The San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ Land Use & Economic Development Committee met today.

Item 4 on the agenda was a hearing on the Golden Gate National Recreation Area’s Draft Dog Policy, which has some dog owners rabid with dismay over proposed reductions in allowable off-leash areas for dogs within the federally supervised land.

The committee is made up of Supervisors Mar, Cohen, and Wiener, who has said he opposes the plan.

For a blow-by-blow, read Katrina Schwartz’s tweets of the meeting live from City Hall:

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