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Readers' letters

READERS’ LETTERS: Fly-tippers should feel full weight of the law

August 9 2019

Madam, – With reference to your headline “Not one fly-tipping prosecution since 2010, says council”, (Courier, August 6) I’m sure there are difficulties and frustrations experienced by the regulatory authorities in tackling this antisocial crime, including the fact that penalties imposed on the culprits if and when they are prosecuted are often not sufficient to act as a deterrent.

Readers' letters

READERS’ LETTERS: Time courts flexed muscles on fly-tipping

April 30 2019

Madam, – With the ongoing nationwide publicity regarding Spring Cleaning Britain and the anti-social aspect of dropping litter and dumping rubbish, it is very disappointing and infuriating to observe the result of continued fly-tipping activities in the country roads around the villages of Liff and Fowlis.

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