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Warning to litter louts after woman fined £220


A SENIOR councillor at Warrington has issued a warning to litter louts after a 25-year-old woman who dropped a drinks can just 10 feet from a litter bin was fined £220.
Lisa Sullivan, 25, from Dallam was fined in her absence at Warrington Magistrates Court.
The court was told she was in Harrison Square, Dallam by a borough council enforcement officer in September.
When challenged, she did not take the offence seriously, the officer said.
After the hearing, Cllr Judith Guthrie (pictured), the council’s lead member for environment and public protection, said: “People need to be aware that if they litter, then action will be taken.
“It is about having respect for our environment and where we live. Clearing up litter costs the tax payer thousands of pounds every year. In Warrington you are never far from a bin, so use them!”


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  1. Why are cars not kept off the footpaths etc. especially on kerb drops for pedestrian access and where double yellow lines are. The inconvenience to pedestrians, the elderly and people pushing prams and wheel chairs very often have to walk on the road to get past them. I bet that the damage to the footpaths costs a lot to repair, broken flags cracked tarmac etc.

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