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Williamsville’s Glen Park May Soon Be Open to Dogs

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It’s been 36 years since residents in Williamsville and nearby neighborhoods have been able to take their dogs on a stroll through Glen Park.  Now, local lawmakers are considering lifting that ban.The matter will be discussed at an upcoming meeting between the Village of Williamsville and the Glen Park Joint Board on March 5, with a decision expected on March 11.  Those against lifting the ban are concerned with preserving natural wildlife and keeping the park clean.

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