There is a proposal for the AGM that FOSAP should ask the Council to require all dogs to be kept on leads.
I would suggest that seems quite a major proposal which should really be discussed fully, rather than just pushed onto the AGM agenda at the last minute.
I also think that all the users of the park should be informed of this proposal before FOSAP makes such a major decision.
There is otherwise the risk that FOSAP is perceived as a small group who just want the park run for their own benefit and enjoyment, rather than for the benefit of the community at large.
I would note that dogs being kept on leads would not resolve the poo problem: dogs on leads regularly poo outside my house, and the owners at the end of the lead just walk on once they're done.
There is also a more fundamental question of who/what the park is for? Some people find their enjoyment spoilt by dogs. Others can find the presence of screaming children irritating, or be intimated teenagers messing around. Maybe we need to recognise that it is a *public* space, and sometimes other members of the public use it for purposes that we don't like. (The only exception to this would obviously be bongo players, who should be forcibly removed)