When the wind picks up, we often find our bin or others in our cul-de-sac overturned and the contents blowing up the driveways. The multitude of cats in the neighbourhood also sometimes scratch open the rubbish bags and scatter the contents. How much do you hate recycling/rubbish day? What do you think should be done?
Are speedsters in your neighbourhood making life unsafe for your kids and pets? If you could put a speed camera up, where would you put it?
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My name is Sophie and I cant find my way home to Rogers St.
I am a 3 yr old Birman and am wearing a blue collar with a bell. I am micro chipped.
I don't like strangers and I'm very softly spoken, so you probably wont hear my cries for help.
If you see me or know where I am contact Dawn.