The talk of the dog run behind the Novo condo is about how someone living in the 4th Avenue building threw an egg down into the run a couple weeks ago, evidently to show that he/she was not at all pleased with a dog’s barking. The incident happened after 8 p.m., when the run is technically supposed to be closed. (Its official hours of operation end at dusk.) Nevertheless: Extreme measures! According to a guy who was in the run at the time, the egg came very close to hitting him, and he thinks it would have been quite painful if it had connected. Another person who frequents the dog run says a Novo resident came out one morning recently and asked owners to quiet down their dogs because his baby was sleeping. Novo owners have previously complained about noise from the nearby handball courts and skateboard park, but this is the first instance we’ve heard of in which someone from the condo went crazy over the dog run noise. Neither the dog run or condo are going anywhere, so it’ll be interesting to see how they coexist in the long term.
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