The City of Town and Country has created a dog park task force. The committee will try to determine if residents really do want a dog park in the city.
The other issue is where residents would want a dog park built.
Aldermen Lynn Wright, the city's Parks and Trails Commission Chairman, is also the chair of the six-person committee (including Wright).
"Do people want a dog park? That's the question we really have to ask," Wright tells Patch.
As previously reported by Patch, city leaders had considered building a park similar to the one in Creve Coeur, near Interstate 270 and Ladue Road. The City of Creve Coeur has a dog park that requires a membership fee and a code for members to use the park.
The task force will also look into the possibility that St. Louis County may possibly build dog park in Queeny Park.
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