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Rubbish and grass cutting

Reported anonymously at 10:06, Sun 19 April 2015

Once again there are problems on a communal grass bank on Hebden Avenue. These areas are not cut regularly. The flatter areas are cut more often than sloped areas leaving the steeper banks looking messy and this attracts rubbish. See picture. Please can you cut /strim these steep banks regularly and at the same time as the flatter top of the banks are cut. Can you also ensure that your workmen pick up and take away the rubbish and not cut round it or over it-especially glass bottles which has been done previously, as this is dangerous to children and pets. The grassy areas at top of Hebden avenue need regular maintenance to ensure that the area looks presentable, not attract rubbish and also control the weeds which spread all over the pavements. This is a well kept estate and this lets the area down.

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