"Are dogs allowed on the front lawn of Los Gatos High School?" asked an annoyed jogger this past Sunday as we shot video of several canine friends playing fetch with their owners, off-leash.
A sign is said to have been posted late in December on campus indicating dogs are not allowed on the school's grounds.
We asked Jane Marashian, executive assistant to Los Gatos Saratoga Union High School District Superintendent Bob Mistele, about the source of the sign and reasons behind its posting on Sunday, the same day we shot this video, and we're still waiting for an answer.
One of the dog owners featured in this video said he has no choice but to use LGHS' front lawn due to the lack of a dog park in town and few open park spaces for his canine friend to recreate in.
Los Gatos prohibits owners from having their dogs off-leash. Violators can be fined after a second and third warning with a $100 citation for the first offense, $200 for the second and $300 for the third, according to town park service officer Dave Gray.