Beefed-up campaign to combat dog poop calls for pledge to 'Scoop the Poop'
Beefed-up campaign to combat dog poop calls for pledge to 'Scoop the Poop' | Upper East Site, Envato Elements

Beefed-Up Campaign to Combat Dog Poop Calls for Pledge to Scoop the Poop

The Upper East Side is getting more ammunition in the war on dog poop covering the neighborhood's sidewalks. Upper East Side Council Member Keith Powers is building on the efforts of Council Member Julie Menin, who announced a renewed effort to remin
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  1. I doubt that the people who don’t pick up their dogs’ poop will pay any heed to this campaign. Everyone knows you’re supposed to pick up after your pets. Some people just don’t think they need to comply with the laws and rules that make for a clean, healthy, safe environment for everyone.

    It’s disgusting how much poop is left on the streets and in our local parks. It’s particularly bad here on the UES – far worse than other neighborhoods I visit, such UWS, Gramercy, midtown, or the North Bronx. But I don’t know what can be done about it.

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