On-the-spot

THE council has now employed 30 new dog wardens who are authorised to issue on-the-spot fines of £75 to owners not cleaning up after their pet, and who incidentally are also authorised to issue similar fines to people dropping litter or damaging council p

THE council has now employed 30 new dog wardens who are authorised to issue on-the-spot fines of £75 to owners not cleaning up after their pet, and who incidentally are also authorised to issue similar fines to people dropping litter or damaging council property.Would it be possible for you to find a space in your paper every week the same as In the Dock naming the offenders and the reason for the fine? From the result it would be possible to see if all in Weston are being targeted, or just dog owners as the name implies.ROBERT LOWE - The Swallows, Locking Castle


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