Dog owners are rabid about the possibility that their carefree canines might need to be leashed on some of the land controlled by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Officials have just released a set of proposals that the public will have 90 days to sink its teeth into before any final decisions are made.

Howard Levitt, director of communications and partnerships for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Brent Plater, executive director and president of the board of directors of the Wild Equity Institute
Martha Walters, chairperson of the Chrissy Field Dog Group
Bob Planthold, chair of the California Pedestrian Advisory Committee

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