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Taking my bin bag down earlier I was greeted with this lovely site. What is wrong with people, can they not put items in bins or leave bulkier stuff in a more tidier manner. People walk through there to get to the leisure centre and it is just an embarrassment.

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Richard I agree with you.  It is not acceptable, and looks awful.  Unfortunately the City are more concerned in harassing residents with pretty hanging baskets, as I know from experience, and dictating what plants we can have, instead of concentrating on really serious issues like this.  Not forgetting making false allegations about pebbles in bitumen.  You could not make it up!  If the City were really interested in the appearance of our Estate they would get their priorities right.  

Last week i seen a drug addict take a shit next to recycling bins right below cullum welch. The bins (usually full of rubbish) shouldnt be located directly under residents' windows. You wouldnt believe the dodgy characters that bin area attracts.

There are dodgy characters everywhere around here now. I hate to say this but I think this is just the norm now. There is so little respect for anything these days. With all the strife around us who is going to care about a pile of rubbish. We all do but that's not enough

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