I'm a freelance web developer specializing in, but not limited to, Drupal-based solutions for non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and small businesses. I like to get involved with local organizations and projects. When away from the computer, I like to read, camp, or paddle, cycle, and eat my way around the Twin Cities with my wife and dogs.
It came as no surprise to those of us in the core team of Kingfield Dogpark Task Force (a racially diverse group from at least three neighborhoods) that there might be some tension across the boundary of 35W and the neighborhoods on either side of it. Continue Reading
A group of Kingfield resident leaders is organizing support for a potential off-leash area in MLK Park. This part of the city has the highest density of licensed dogs, but no off-leash areas. An off-leash area would be good for dogs and people, create an alternative to unlawful off-leash use of the park, build community among neighbors, and add to the positive activities taking place in our neighborhood park.If you think a dogpark is a good idea we need to know who you are so we can get in touch with you about future events and plans.Please visit http://kingfield.org/dog-park, fill out the attached contact form and, if you can’t wait for our next event, also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 612-823-5980 to find out our plans!Free Speech ZoneThe Free Speech Zone offers a space for contributions from readers, without editing by the TC Daily Planet. This is an open forum for articles that otherwise might not find a place for publication, including news articles, opinion columns, announcements and even a few press releases.Ways you can help right now:* Become a Friend on Facebook here!* We are collecting photos of dogs with their human families…send one jpeg per family to email@example.com. We believe the diversity of our community and those that own dog (in race, age, marital staus, etc) will be a strength for this park. Continue Reading