Spring brings an evil thaw for some

Writer is not happy with people who don't clean up after their dogs.

Dear Editor

The Poop Patrol is watching you!

Are you the irresponsible dog owner who thought it was okay to NOT pick up after your pooch when it did it in the leaves or snow? When the snow melted, didn’t you think that the stuff would still be there?

Are you the irresponsible dog owner who didn’t pick up the pile on Government St. by the park that is so big that it would cover a little kid’s running shoe if she stepped in it?

Disgusting! Not that the dog did it but that you didn’t pick it up. There is a by-law that says you have to pick up after your dog. There is also something called community pride and being considerate to your neighbours. Please pick up after your dog!

Vivian Edwards

Ashcroft

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