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Councillor Davod Harrison

Rubbish Job

Rubbish on the grass
Rubbish on the grass

It’s a rubbish job – but somebody’s got to do it.

I checked out a report of fly tipping today on Town Council land, between Marchwood bypass and the river.

Just for a change, this didn’t turn out to be yet another incident of fly tipping of commercial waste.

More rubbish

More rubbish

A while back, I reported an old, discarded, tent that had been left at this location. This has gone but it is obvious that the person living there has simply left all his rubbish behind.

I have asked Town Council officers to arrange clearance of the remaining waste

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1 Comment

  1. Anthony Beck on Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 9:34 pm

    Mr.Harrison,
    The amount of rubbish,mostly fast food detritus, along the Marchood access roads seems to be increasing daily.Has the local council given up on litter picking due to budget cuts?I go round picking up litter around my local area and the cycle path,but Trotts Lane and Jacobs Gutter Lane are now looking particularly unsightly.
    Generally it feels that a sizeable portion of the population don’t give a damn about the environment and just chuck their rubbish out of the car window.
    Regards A.Beck

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