Ballymoney Alliance councillor Lee Kane welcomes replacement dog waste bin
The previous bin was destroyed in an accident at the site earlier this year.
“Having dog waste bins available in areas where dogs are being walked is essential. I am pleased that council officers prioritised this site for a replacement when the latest batch of new bins arrived,” Cllr Kane said.
Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council increased fines for not cleaning up after dogs to £200 from 1 July 2023. The council also launched the Reportable app for mobile phones, making it easier to report dog fouling and fly-tipping in the borough.
“As we all know, every responsible dog owner picks up after their four-legged friend. Never leave the house without a poo-bag or two, and dispose of it in the nearest dog waste bin,” Cllr Kane added.