Sir, – The story on Fife Council scrapping the Adopt A Street plan is a terribly sad reflection on the local authority and its workforce.
Sir,–I am glad to see that Fife Council has binned its public litter-pickers plan (Courier, September 6).
Offenders cleaning the streets in the Mearns as part of payback orders seeing “real results” in villages
Streets across the Mearns are being transformed by offenders paying their dues to society.
A caravan full of junk was dumped in an ancient graveyard as Angus glens visitors have left unwelcome marks on the area.
More than a quarter of people admit to “careful littering” such as leaving drinks cans or coffee cups on window ledges, polling has found.
An angler who regularly visits the Angus coast has condemned litter louts and warned their actions will deter visitors to the town.
Dundee City Council and a private company are at loggerheads over the maintenance of a park that has been blighted by anti-social behaviour.
Louts who burned a tree and left swathes of rubbish while having a BBQ in Camperdown Park have been branded "deplorable".
Sir, – I was alarmed to see a recent Courier photograph captioned as the rare white variety of our native wild hyacinth. It was not, but was the pallid-coloured but strong-growing hybrid of the invasive Spanish bluebell.
Angus Council’s war on potholes, dog fouling, litter and graffiti is going digital.