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See the letters page (71) and also page 3 of this weekend's Dawlish Post. One letter is from the Chairman of Teignmouth Traders' Association saying that the proposals would have an adverse effect on trade in the town. Have Dawlish town centre/Dawlish Warren traders any thoughts on this matter, I wonder?

9 Nov 2018

Click here and scroll down to agenda item 8 pages 5-20.

7 Nov 2018

On the matter of the three Community Environment Wardens - I've read that they only work Mon-Fri.

7 Nov 2018

If you have concerns/wish to comment about this new Public Space Protection Order then you can make them known to the person shown below. I understand that the matter is still up for debate/discussion and will be on the agenda at the next TDC Overview and Scrutiny committee meeting being held on Monday 19th November where any comments from the public concerning this new PSPO will be brought to the ...

6 Nov 2018

To answer some of my own questions. It seems that: The three Community Environment Wardens employed by TDC will undertake the role of enforcement. (Yes, that's right - 3 people for the whole of Teignbridge are to enforce this). and investigations will be made to see if the Dawlish water fowl wardens would also be able to enforce these new regs. from: ...

6 Nov 2018

I thought local authorities are strapped for cash..........although that said, a bit of research has thrown up this company. Seems they don't charge the local authority anything but cover their costs by way of the fines they dish out.

6 Nov 2018

How will this be enforced? By whom? For example, how will it be known (and by whom?) whether or not a person in charge of a dog (or dogs) is carrying pooh bags? Will we also have ad hoc stop and search bylaws for all dog walkers in Teignbridge? Is this enforced?

6 Nov 2018

Published on 30 October 2018 - New responsible dog ownership PSPO approved A new Public Space Protection Order (PSPO), aimed at reducing irresponsible dog ownership and making Teignbridge an even cleaner and greener place to be has been approved by Teignbridge’s Executive today. The PSPO will protect public parks and open spaces against people who do not pick up after, or ...

I think it is something to do with local councils and their preparation (or not) for a hard Brexit and what a hard Brexit might bring. Which, amongst other shortages, could be food. But to bring this thread more directly back on track, here is a link concerning local councils and Brexit (although admittedly Devon County Council and Teignbridge District Council are not mentioned in it). ...

10 Sep 2018

Rose hip syrup. Yuck! I most certainly remember  that from my childhood. I'm not disputing that it is easy to open a tin. What I was asking about was the cooking from scratch which is what I thought you were suggesting people should do.

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