|Fido, don't do it!|
Thomas, who said he recently moved to the area near the King and Washington streets intersection, was at council to complain about dog crap.
"There are dog droppings all over the place," he said.
"You see all these people walking with Rotweillers and those dogs who get blamed for things and you have to look down when you walk," said Thomas.
"Nobody is picking up after their dogs, it's disgusting."
"That is a real problem," agreed Borough Council President Stephen Toroney.
Steve Toroney has
promised to address the
problem of indescreet dogs.
street to avoid it," he said.
Councilwoman Carol Kulp suggested that perhaps signs be put up to remind residents that there is an ordinance against allowing their dogs to crap in the street and on the sidewalk.
"Right now people have to be caught in the act to be cited," Toroney said.
"This is a problem and we will address it," he said.
In the meantime, watch where you walk...