Dog fouling problem

DOG wardens with Louth County Council should be seen patrolling the streets of Ardee to try and stop pavements being fouled.

DOG wardens with Louth County Council should be seen patrolling the streets of Ardee to try and stop pavements being fouled.

Ardee Town Councillors said pet owners should be made aware of the problem and their responsibilities to clean up.

The problem was raised by Cllr Michael Farrelly who said it was realy becoming a problem in Ardee.

Cllr Jim Tenanty suggested that the environment section of Louth County Counil should be contacted and a request be made to get the litter wardens to patrol the streets and supervise the situation.

Meanwhile, the problem of shelter for people using buses was also raised at the monthly meeting of the council.

Cllr Pearse McGeough said the bus shelters at the link road had no covers and as such were not shelters at all.

He asked that the town council contact Bus Eireann once again to see if the problem could be sorted.

The councilhad contacted Bus Eireann about the matter.