32. In the city of Alvarez, with the exception of guide dogs for blind people, all dogs are banned from its three
public parks, regardless of whether the animals are leashed. Many residents are pushing for a change in policy.
Canine lover Sara Northridge observed, "There are 800 or more homes here. There are three parks within 10
minutes, and almost everyone has a dog, but we can't take our dogs there." Others fear that allowing dogs
would detract from their enjoyment of the parks. Tim Cortis retorted, "We're not preventing dog lovers from
enjoying the park, just come without your dog." Which of the following is a way of dealing with the problem by
assigning property rights to a particular group?
A) impose a fee only for dog-owners to use the public parks; non dog owners do not pay a fee
B) impose a two-tier entry fee system - a lower fee for non dog owners and a higher fee for dog owners
C) dedicate some parks, or at least one park, exclusively for the use of visitors bringing dogs to the park.
D) allow dog owners to bring their dogs to the park but insist that they keep watch over their dogs
C) dedicate some parks, or at least one park, exclusively for the use of visitors bringing dogs to the park