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Enforcement team tackle anti-social issues

By Alison Burkinshaw, Royston Reporter Friday 15th August 2014
The NEA Enforcement Team
AN ENFORCEMENT team has been set on in the north east area to clamp down on issues such as dog fouling, littering and illegal parking.

The area council, which covers Royston, Cudworth, Shafton, Grimethorpe, Carlton, Lundwood and Brierley,
is paying for the move.

Coun Joe Hayward, chairman of the North East area council, said getting an enforcement team in had been a priority for some time.

"Two enforcement officers from environmental protection agency Kingdom started work last week.

"They have been given maps with 'hot spot' areas that are being highlighted as a concern to us by residents."

Enforcement officers Maria Broxup and James Lovatt can issue 'fixed penalty notices' to people if they catch them littering and not cleaning up dog mess.

** The full story is in the Barnsley Chronicle, dated August 15. **
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Posted by john darnbrough I Sat 16th Aug 2014 at 3:58pm

Oh look three workers and three "Managers.state normal then.good luck to the workers.