Dear Highland Council,
Would the most recent data collected about dog
fouling complaints in Highland Council indicate that dog fouling falls into the top 5 or top 10 areas complained about to Highland Council?
Dear Ms Horrell,
I refer to your request below.
I have attached a report which analysed the top ten areas complained about to the Council for the last complete financial year (Apr 2010 to Mar 2011). Dog Fouling was not included in this top ten.
I trust that this is to your satisfaction.
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