job78989 wrote:passed by later today and took these:
Sorry about this one must have moved, there werea lot of cars about:
And the dedication stone:
Fat Cat wrote:Regretfully, these type of small grassy areas are magnets for buckie drinking neds. Yes, it's a stereotype but one they live up to time and time again.
What to people on Community Service do? Can't they be utilised by cleaning up these types of areas?
People don't use parks anymore because of dog fouling, drug taking, drinking and general ned-ness. Alexandra Park is just such an example, loads of money spent on the entrance, they build a lovely new school within the grounds and in the play park behind the school there are still drunk junkies taking their junk in broad daylight. Who wants to be around that?
job78989 wrote: there was a park keeper on from 6am till 10pm along side a whole range of gardeners and other staff made the difference.
The basis fact is the council do not employ enough people. you now get a visit maybe one twice a day by park rangers in a wee van who wiz through the place with hardly enough time to see where they are going let alone dael with issues.
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