[Editor's Note: Albany Patch would love your 300-word letters to the editor.]
Albany residents who love the statues at the Albany Bulb may be startled by this excerpt from a Feb. 10, 2011, letter to East Bay Regional Park District board member Whitney Dotson:
"Toward that end, we are pleased to report that the Waterfront Committee is in the process of tackling several issues of concern, i.e., dogs and pets, homeless encampments, driftwood sculptures and art, and exposed rebar dangers."
Ironically, Osha Neumann's "big lady" driftwood sculpture is on the City of Albany website. The nearby dragon-rider, thin man, artist, fisherman, samurai and dog are no less wonderful.