Councillors on the Central Area Committee agreed a motion that the council should pilot two such wardens, in neighbourhoods north and south of the Liffey.
Tag: dog poo
Council Briefs: George’s Dock Post-Whitewater Rafting, a Leak of Councillors’ Data, and the New Poo Committee
It’s time to democratise the decision on the future of George’s Dock, said independent councillor John Lyons, at Monday’s monthly meeting.
Would “In-Your-Face” Signs Make Dog Owners Think Twice About Leaving Poo Behind?
“It needs to be more in-your-face. More upfront,” says Ronan Gallagher, who lives in Clontarf.
Here’s How Some LE19 Candidates Say They’ll Tackle Dog Poo and Illegal Dumping
Waste management was high on the list of issues our readers told us they’d like to hear candidates running in May’s local election talk about tackling.
Council Briefs: Low-Emission Buses, and Getting Tough on Dog Poo
Last year, Dublin City Council issued four fines for dog fouling. “Of which only one was paid,” said Green Party Councillor Patrick Costello, at a recent meeting.
Council Removes Bins in Milltown Because People Were Putting Too Much Dog Poo in Them
Dublin City Council has removed rubbish bins from Dartry and Orwell parks, because they were often used to dispose of dog poo, and the parks department doesn’t deal with that – waste management does.
The Anti-Dog-Poo Drive Rolls On
The pilot project to catch people who don’t pick up after their dogs seemed to go well. So now different council areas have money to roll it out all over the city.
Council Briefs: the College Green Banner, Dog Dirt, and the Digital Hub
In their monthly meeting, Dublin city councillors passed a new litter plan for the city, disposed of a few council buildings, and debated whether the College Green 1916 banner should be dragged from the front of the Bank of Ireland.
In Struggle Against Dog Poo, Council Staff Go Undercover
Last week, Dublin City Council began a stealthy mission, or if you’re less romantic, “practical enforcement measures”, against dog poo. Watch out for the €150 fines.
Councillor: Use DNA to Trace Dog Poo
Green Party Councillor Patrick Costello has come up with a three-pronged plan to deal with Dublin’s dog poo: bins, fines and – tentatively – doggy DNA.