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Councillor Wilson calls for dog foul fines to be increased to £300 and for dog owners not carrying foul bags to face fines

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At tonight’s Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Environmental services committee, Cllr Darryl Wilson has asked Council staff to write to the relevant department in a bid to see dog fouling fines currently set at £80 be drastically increased to £300, also for the level of fixed penalty notices to be greatly increased across the Borough by empowering more council staff to give out fines.

Speaking to Causeway Coast Community this evening Cllr Darryl Wilson said  “In addition I have asked staff to explore the option of fining dog owners who do not carry dog foul bags when walking their dog.”

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