Müllrausch brought to justice
Eleven garbage addicts who ignored fines for dumping rubbish on Fenlands streets were brought to justice.
Fenland District Council on Wednesday, January 3, transferred the guilty to the Peterborough judge's office, where the initial fines of £ 75 were increased to fines of £ 220
The fines were also convicted Penalties of the Council of £ 150 and a victim pay supplement of £ 30 – brings the total cost to £ 400. The fine imposed and Sacrificial Surcharge go directly to the court.
The Council also begins to spit and urinate from this month on the same powers used for refuse and dog fouling.
Cllr Peter Murphy, the owner of the Environmental Portfolio, said: "Garbage and dog fouling are lazy, selfish and antisocial actions that cost us £ 1000 a day to clean up, it destroys our streets and the residents have made it clear that they want us to do it. "
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