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Action for Cleaner Streets

Lib Dems Cleaner Streets Graffiti

Immingham, Stallingborough and Habrough ward - a vibrant community with a rich heritage, is facing challenges as our streets become increasingly unkempt, plagued by issues such as dog fouling and graffiti. Liberal Democrat campaigner Dave Barton has been actively listening to the concerns of residents and is committed to addressing these pressing issues head-on.

Recent data from the North East Lincolnshire Council (NELC) has revealed concerning trends regarding dog fouling fines. While the council issued a mere 35 fines for dog fouling across the entire borough in the last six years, hundreds of fines have been handed out for dogs on Cleethorpes beach alone. This stark contrast highlights the disparity in enforcement efforts across different areas within the borough.

Dave Barton has voiced his concerns about the lack of alignment between the priorities of the Conservatives and the needs of our community in Immingham, Stallingborough and Habrough. 

The presence of dog fouling not only poses health risks but also detracts from the beauty of our streets and parks. Similarly, graffiti can create an atmosphere of neglect and disrepair, fostering a sense of insecurity among residents.

Lib Dem Dave Barton's advocacy for cleaner streets and safer communities reflects his dedication to representing the best interests of local residents. He believes that proactive measures, such as increasing enforcement of dog fouling regulations and implementing effective graffiti removal initiatives, are crucial steps towards revitalising and safeguarding our neighbourhood.

As we approach the upcoming elections on May 2nd, Liberal Democrat Dave Barton urges residents to consider the importance of local issues and the impact they have on our daily lives. By electing representatives who prioritise the needs of our community, we can work together to create a cleaner, safer, and more vibrant area for all residents.

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