Rich Chevy Chase residents in Maryland try & # 39; excessive barking & # 39; in a new dog park

Crazy barking! Wealthy residents of the chic Chevy Chase neighborhood of Maryland are trying to ban excessive loud dogs in the new park that are disturbing their peace & # 39;

  • The rich city of Chevy Chase, Maryland, opened the dog park last fall
  • Within a month, neighbors complained that dogs barked too hard in the park
  • The city tried to calm the noisy canines with & # 39; no exaggerated barking & # 39; characters
  • Neighbors still complained to the Chevy Chase Board of Managers
  • The board will decide next month whether the park will be permanently removed
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Some take barking in the dog park in the rich village of Chevy Chase, Maryland, as a vote of approval from dog users.

But not from the residents who live next to the fenced triangle.

For them, the barking has become such a disturbance to their peace that they have prompted the village to draw signs with the warning: & # 39; no excessive barking & # 39 ;.

However, the complaints have kept coming.

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Rich residents in the village of Chevy Chase, Maryland, have complained about barking in a new local dog park and say that the noisy dogs have disrupted their peace

Rich residents in the village of Chevy Chase, Maryland, have complained about barking in a new local dog park and say that the noisy dogs have disrupted their peace

In response to the complaints, the village placed signs near the park with the warning: & # 39; no excessive barking & # 39;

In response to the complaints, the village placed signs near the park with the warning: & # 39; no excessive barking & # 39;

In response to the complaints, the village placed signs near the park with the warning: & # 39; no excessive barking & # 39;

Despite hanging the signs & # 39; no excessive barking & # 39 ;, the residents continued to complain

Despite hanging the signs & # 39; no excessive barking & # 39 ;, the residents continued to complain

Despite hanging the signs & # 39; no excessive barking & # 39 ;, the residents continued to complain

& # 39; Around dinner I would like to sit on my terrace and maybe read a book and chat with a friend or drink a glass of wine, and the dogs bark, & # 39; told neighbor Joanie Edwards in a sound recording of his meeting in May.

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Residents who lived near Brookville Road Park dog training area loudly barked at the noisy fangs that the Chevy Chase Board of Managers is considering demolishing the park, which opened in July 2018.

& # 39; To no longer be a training room for dogs, it must be canceled by the board, & # 39; Shana Davis-Cook, the village manager, told DailyMail.com.

The board will uninstall the park at the upcoming September 9 meeting, Cook said. The board is chaired by Elissa Leonard, who happens to be the wife of Jerome H. Powell, president of the Federal Reserve.

Until the plate comes together, the dogs are still asked to remain silent by the plates, the plates and their owners.

Residents who lived near the dog training area in Brookville Road Park barked loudly at the noisy fangs that the Chevy Chase Board of Managers is considering demolishing. A public hearing is scheduled for September

Residents who lived near the dog training area in Brookville Road Park barked loudly at the noisy fangs that the Chevy Chase Board of Managers is considering demolishing. A public hearing is scheduled for September

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Residents who lived near the dog training area in Brookville Road Park barked loudly at the noisy fangs that the Chevy Chase Board of Managers is considering demolishing. A public hearing is scheduled for September

The rich Chevy Chase – a community of 10,000 with an average family income of just over $ 173,000, according to the US Census – even hired epidemiologist Kristina Souders to study both dogs and people in the park in May and June.

In addition to barking, the expert was called in response to an increase in the number of cars parked nearby – reportedly by pet owners – dogs that are located on Quincy Street & # 39; released & # 39 ;, and after use, she wrote in her report.

Her findings about barking were based on a scale of one to five, with one & # 39; virtually no barking & # 39; wax and five & # 39; multiple dogs bark at the same time & # 39; meant. The highest average of the park was a 4 at 8 a.m. on weekdays, and just over 3 at 5:30 p.m.

The highest average was a 3 on the weekend.

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The collected data is included in the decision of the board, Cook said.

Broker Tom Bourke, who lives across the street from the park, told the board in June that some dog owners could indeed silence their pets, even & # 39; a certain standard poodle whose name should be remembered & # 39 ;.

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