The Columbian

Tyler Graf
April 10, 2014

People often cry foul over government waste. On Wednesday, Clark County flipped the script and took aim at its residents’ waste.

 

Specifically dog waste, and how it’s piling up at Dakota Memorial Dog Park, an 8-acre off-leash area on the north side of Pacific Community Park at Northeast 18th Street and 164th Avenue.

 

The county’s parks department has placed signs at Dakota reminding dog owners that it isn’t a canine commode. The county warns that if the wayward piles of dog doo don’t disappear from the park, then the park will close — at least temporarily.

 

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