Lisburn The Castleley City Council has responded to growing pressure from residents to tackle local dog stains by introducing a new poop bag dispenser.
Dog turmoil has proven to be an ongoing devastation in parts of the district, stimulating councilors to raise public concerns at several council and committee meetings already this year. increase.
The new dispenser is in the following location Hillsborough Park, Laf Moss Leisure Center, Billy Neil MBE Country Park.
This brings the number of Lisburn and Castleley dog droppings dispensers to seven.
Earlier this year, the Environmental Services Commission rejected plans to create a DNA database to sniff out those who were guilty of dog stains. It costs £ 766,000 to create.
Local government plans would have dog poops legally examined to find animal owners.
DUP Councilor Andrew Ewing welcomed the new installation of the dispenser.
He states: “We already have a large number of dispensers throughout the park, including Moira Dimain, Wallace Park, Mote Park and Barber Playing Field. It is very favorable to have these units in three locations.
“Dog pedestrians have quick and easy access to the bag after their pet. No excuses.
“I use a dispenser when all dog pedestrians visit our facility for a dog walk and dispose of dog bag waste in a park trash can or other common trash can. Dog trash cans are also available free of charge on Lagan Valley Island. Please come to the front desk.
“Together as a community, we can help keep parks, open spaces and pavements clean and tidy for everyone to enjoy.”
An LCCC spokesman said dog stains are “anti-social and health hazards.”
They added: “Play your role in helping eradicate this kind of irresponsible behavior by reporting outbreaks of dog stains.
“The council continues to operate a zero-tolerance policy against criminals. Those who fail to” scoop poop “will be subject to a fixed penalty of £ 80 or will be prosecuted. “
Lisburn Council offers free poop bags in a campaign to eradicate dog turmoil
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