Report: Rubbish bags

11:22 Apr 15 2019 Near st mark's crescent clondalkin

Description
Empty alcohol bottles dumped regularly behind wall on front of gate of farmers shop on St Mark's Crescent. Instead of using a bin this person keeps dumping his rubbish there.
Car dumped on road as well with english reg plates.

Footpath maintenance has never been completed on full road. -- posted via fixyourstreet.ie
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SDCC Customer Care Agent (Apr 16 2019)
Thank you for using Fix Your Street. Your query has been referred to the Litter Warden for the area to inspect. If any local residents can provide details of the persons littering or dumping at this location, they should contact the Litter Warden by e-mailing: info@sdublincoco.ie to help us take enforcement action under the Litter Pollution Act. Regards. SDCC.
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SDCC Customer Care Agent (Apr 18 2019)
MOT/2019-APR/66697

Thank you for contacting Fix Your Street.

The matter has been referred to the Road Maintenance Inspector for examination and appropriate action

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SDCC Customer Care Agent (Environment, Water  (Jun 7 2019)
Thank you for your report regarding the illegal dumping and an abandoned vehicle on St. Marks Crescent, Clondlakin.

The Litter Warden carried out an inspection of the area at the time of receiving this complaint. All rubbish was searched, no evidence was found, therefore, no prosecution can be taken at this time. All dumped rubbish was referred to the Councils Public Realm section for removal. We have started the process on the abandoned vehicle which involves writing to the registered owner to determine what the plan is for this vehicle and to request it be removed from this location.

Thank you for using Fix Your Street.
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