If you missed Wednesday night’s public meeting in Mill Valley on the very controversial plan by the federal government to limit where dogs can be in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, you have a few more chances.

The National Park Service has proposed significant changes in where dogs will be allowed in the park area, and in some places, they would only be allowed if on leashes. The issue has prompted a firestorm of reaction on the web with petition drives circulating, proposals for options that are either more or less restrictive and other thoughts on the topic. Click here for an earlier post – and many related comments – on this topic.

The next meetings will be:

11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday,

at the Seven Hills Conference Center at S.F. State University

4 to 8 p.m., Monday, at Fort Mason Center, Building A, in SF

4 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, at Cabrillo School in Pacifica.

The meetings are set up as drop-in open houses where attendees can review the various options and talk to Park Service representatives.
(And for insomniacs or fans of government jargon, here’s a link to the actual plan.)