[fosc] fosc Digest, Vol 16, Issue 17

Leslie Rule lrule at KQED.org
Fri Apr 28 10:30:11 PDT 2006


My name is Leslie Rule. I am working with Chickory Bechtel from EarthTeam and the Oakland High School students that have worked on the restoration project at Dimond Trailhead. We are doing a locative media/gps/questing project for the culmination. I was wondering if any Friends have done any gps or mapping work in Sausal? If so, please give me a call or reply to the email, I'd love to talk to you about your experiences.

Thanks for all the work you have done to date. The Creek is beautiful.

Best regards,

Leslie Rule

Leslie Rule
Project Supervisor
Digital Storytelling Initiative
KQED, Public Broadcasting, San Francisco

The proper artistic response to digital technology 
is to embrace it as a new window on everything that's eternally human, 
and to use it with passion, wisdom, fearlessness, and joy.
Ralph Lombreglia


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   1. WARNING: reports of loose pit bulls near
      Canon/Everett/MacArthur/Excelsior (Edward Goehring)


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Date: Sat, 22 Apr 2006 08:24:00 -0700
From: "Edward Goehring" <ebgb at sbcglobal.net>
Subject: [fosc] WARNING: reports of loose pit bulls near
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WARNING: reports of loose pit bulls near Canon/Everett/MacArthur/Excelsior

I have received several reports in the last few days of pit bulls running
loose. One witness said he saw the dogs chase a workman up into the bed of a
pickup truck and another reported her dog was chased by one of the pits.

The dogs (up to three have been reported) may belong to a resident on
Victory Way off Canon Ave. The possible owner has been seen walking the dogs
and is described as a tall, African-American male with very short hair or a
shaved head. The witness reported that the man was seen near Dimond Park --
allowing his dogs to use his neighbors' lawns as toilets and then was seen
headed back toward Victory on Canon.

If you see the dogs running loose, call 777-3333 immediately and report
their location.

If you know the owner, let him know his dogs are running loose and chasing
people. You might ask him to clean up after his dogs when they are on leash

Edward Goehring
Dimond Neighborhood Public Safety Council
A Committee of the Dimond Improvement Association

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