Carlisle council warns over flytipping and littering

Carlisle council warns over flytipping and littering
 

Litter-bugs have been warned they face court action – after two women were prosecuted for dropping cigarette ends.
Carlisle City Council has issued a stern reminder of the powers available under the law to punish people dumping rubbish in public places.
The authority says littering, flytipping and dog fouling will not be tolerated and anyone caught in the act will have to answer for their actions.
The warning follows two cases brought before Carlisle’s magistrates’ court.
Tracey Tonks, 43, of Briar Bank, Belah, Carlisle, was fined £407 after she dropped a cigarette end from her car on... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 32
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