It will cost

PUBLISHED: 11:12 27 March 2006 | UPDATED: 09:03 24 May 2010

I WOULD like to wish the best to Debbie Stone on her quest to improve things for young teens, but I would like to ask youngsters do they have any pride in living in their respective areas? If so, why do they throw their litter about, why the vandalism, e

I WOULD like to wish the best to Debbie Stone on her quest to improve things for young teens, but I would like to ask youngsters do they have any pride in living in their respective areas? If so, why do they throw their litter about, why the vandalism, etc? Obviously, it's not all teenagers, so if they want help setting up activities they must curtail the vandalism, clean up the litter, and be prepared to police their own areas when and if clubs are formed. For the bottom line is, it will cost to set in motion. The money will have to come from council tax, or some source allied to central government. I think most people would give that little extra for youngsters but they must play their part. It costs plenty clearing up behind them they need to remember that one day soon they will have to pay all the taxes that we pay now.NAME AND ADDRESS SUPPLIED

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