Coyne Park / Bernice Spreckman Senior Center Attendees Speak to a Planned Dog Park that Diminish Them While Serving Dogs on Westchester On the Level – Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 10am-12Noon

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YONKERS, NY — Seniors who have long attended the Coyne Park / Bernice Spreckman Senior Center are up in arms as they have learned that the City of Yonkers is more interested in serving the needs of dogs and their master over serving the senior citizen community. The issues that are pertinent to them will be espoused by individual callers who cannot fathom how dogs are being heard while they are not.

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YONKERS, NY — November 10, 2020 — Seniors who have long attended the Coyne Park / Bernice Spreckman Senior Center are up in arms as they have learned that the City of Yonkers is more interested in serving the needs of dogs and their masters over serving the senior citizen community. They have been patiently awaiting a refurbishment of the facility long promised yet languishing for decades and still not delivered,  The issues that are pertinent to them will be espoused by individual callers who cannot fathom how dogs are being heard while they are not.

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  1. Hello! I think we should build a dog park. After finding out today that dogs are NOT allowed to be off leashes in Coyne parks 5.9 acreage of land is really disappointing! Elderly people are allowed to walk the park and that land freely and my Trained dogs are not. So the dogs really do need a park since there’s no other dog park or large area of land for the dogs to run freely and get the proper exercise they do need in our neighborhood. i bring my dogs to coyne park everyday. Rain, wind, snow we do it all for a proper exercise. The elderly would use that exercise area 3 out of 7 days a week.

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