Adding an off-leash dog park, a kayak launch and an area for people to fly aerial glider airplanes to Bedwell Bayfront Park in Menlo Park is opposed by most members of city's Parks & Recreation Commission.
Those are among proposed changes to the 160-acre park, located at Marsh Road and U.S. 101, that have been considered in a master plan being developed by consultants from Callander Associates.
The parks commission, in its recommendation to the City Council, voted 6-1 on Oct. 25 to oppose an off-leash dog park and a kayak launch. The commission voted 4-3 to oppose allowing glider airplanes in a designated area of the park.
The votes came two weeks after the commission held a study session on plans for the park.
The commission gave unanimous support to an outdoor classroom at the park and otherwise recommended the City Council approve the draft master plan.
That plan is expected to go the council on Nov. 14.