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Dog waste receptacles placed around Ridgefield

The Ridgefield Historic District has given permission for two dog waste clean up stations as the town looks to address the issue of people leaving their bags on the ground.  The Ridgefield Press reports that the committee was planning more locations along Main Street, but the Historic District did not give permission. 

 

The two receptacles will be reviewed after one year. 

 

The units are being paid for through fundraising efforts.  The Dog Waste Initiative, a 7-member committee, involves youth volunteers who are acquiring permits to install the units around Ridgefield. 

 

Officials have suggested a clean-up campaign like Keep Ridgefield Beautiful to get pet owners to be accountable for properly disposing of pet waste.  An existing town ordinance makes leaving the waste behind comparable to littering.

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