The city of New Albany may soon try to destroy a 3,000 to 6,000 year old Native American site to build a dog park.
An AWOL Jeff Gahan evades Native American activist seeking dialogue about potential site destruction at the dog park.
Anthony Nava provides an update. According to Nava, the start of construction has been moved forward, to begin Monday, March 21.
OK, THIS WILL BE IN CAPS TO GET YOUR ATTENTION: THE CITY OF NEW ALBANY HAS MOVED THEIR TIME LINE FORWARD FOR THE DOG PARK. THIS MAY DESTROY A 3000-6000 YEAR OLD NATIVE CEREMONIAL SITE . PLEASE CALL CITY HALL MONDAY AND HAVE THEM STOP THIS DESECRATION OF A NATIVE SITE. PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD, POST TO YOUR PAGE AND ANY WEBSITES YOU KNOW ASAP. LET'S TELL THE MAYOR AND THE CITY WE WILL NOT STAND FOR THIS DESTRUCTION OF HISTORY SO DOGS WILL HAVE A PLAY TO CRAP ON A SACRED SITE TO THE NATIVE PEOPLE OF THE AREA. CALL DAN CRISTIANI EXCAVATING TO NO DESTROY THIS SITE AS WELL.