Due to very good recent growing conditions, council officers have decided to bring forward by one week the second application of herbicide to control weeds along kerb lines, footpaths and back lanes. So the spraying started on Monday 3rd July, rather than 10th July as had been planned.
Over the coming weeks we will monitor the impact of the spraying and highlight any areas that may have been missed.
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
North Lane sweeping reported
Hammerheads are being missed from the sweeping schedules.
Routine quality of service checks are failing to address some problems with verges, weed growth and hedges which are obstructing footpaths.
One option for reporting problems is to use the “My Council” smartphone app.
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The Pastures street sweeping reported