In response to concerns raised by residents about dog fouling, a sign has been installed on North Lane in Dringhouses reminding irresponsible owners of the penalties of not picking up after their dog.
The sign has been funded from the Dringhouses & Woodthorpe Ward Committee budget.
The reinstatement of litter bins removed by the previous Labour administration has begun in Dringhouses & Woodthorpe ward.
The first two bins have been installed, on St Helens Road and Chaloners Road. Four more bins are due to be installed over the coming weeks, including at Woodthorpe Green play area.
New bin at St Helens Road bus stop
New bin at junction of Chaloners Road and Sandcroft Road
A Freedom of information request has revealed that the number of complaints about dog fouling rose for the first time for 3 years duing 2014/15.
318 complaints were received by the Council
Despite this only 2 fixed penalty notices were issued by Council staff
Tree detritus on Chaloners Road
Dog fouling on snickets
Leeside footpath crumbling
North Lane pothole
Following a growth in complains about public service standards in part of Dringhouses a major push for improvements has started.
Ann Reid and the Liberal Democrat team have been out and about and have reported over 20 issues for Council attention.
Let us know if you have similar problems in your area.
The major problems concerned, dumping, dog fouling, vandalism, potholes, damaged signs and weed growth