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Posts Tagged ‘dog’

Environmental blitz in Queen Edith’s

by Amanda Taylor on 20 June, 2015

In May, the City Council’s Refuse & Environment & Streets and Open Spaces teams ran a ‘ward blitz’ in Queen Edith’s, focussing on areas highlighted by councillors as needing attention. They will be reporting on this work at the next South Area meeting as well as reporting on how they have addressed specific problems identified […]

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Got a local grotspot?

by Amanda Taylor on 1 December, 2014

Councillors are being asked to nominate areas for special attention by the City Council’s Enforcement team, which acts on a range of environmental nuisances such as fly tipping, litter, graffiti, verge parking, abandoned vehicles, and dog-related offences. (NB This team does not deal with parking nuisance.) I am aware of many local grotspots for litter, […]

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Dog problems

by Amanda Taylor on 24 March, 2013

From time to time, people contact the Lib Dem Focus Team about dog fouling – a subject that isn’t very pleasant, but which definitely needs to be addressed. Most responsible dog owners would not allow their dogs to foul grass verges and pavements; if they did, they would clear up afterwards. But a minority do […]

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