Dear Caerphilly County Borough Council,
How many people have been issued fines as a result of not paying the fly-tipping tax?
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How many people have been issued fines as a result of not paying the
Not applicable - there is no fly-tipping tax.
However, there is a landfill tax but this is not regulated by the local
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