Central Leader - - Letters -

I sup­port Lisa Sloan’s ar­ti­cle in the Cen­tral Leader, “Mt Al­bert slum fear”, May 30.

Ev­ery morn­ing I take my guide dog Noble down the ramp through the train sta­tion com­plex and find peo­ple sleep­ing on the premises and graf­fiti tag­gers, upon hear­ing us, dis­ap­pear promptly.

Also, along the main shop­ping foot­path on rub­bish col­lec­tion days my guide dog has to shunt the wheelie bins aside be­fore we can pass. In ad­di­tion to this the food scraps and rub­bish de­posited hap­haz­ardly by shop oc­cu­pants is a pub­lic dis­grace.

It is high time all those au­thor­i­ties charged with look­ing af­ter the health and safety of our cit­i­zens took some proac­tive ac­tion.

Mt Al­bert noth­ing less. BILL PIKE Mt Al­bert


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