Otterton calls for stop to dogs' mess, speeding car and bad parking

OTTERTON residents have voiced their concerns to police about three main issues they would like stamped out in the community.

OTTERTON residents have voiced their concerns to police about three main issues they would like stamped out in the community.

Residents want the police to focus on clamping down on speeding, parking and dog fouling.

Neighbourhood beat manager PC David Lea said the findings are the result of a recent Partners and Communities Together (PACT) meeting.

The results came from 87 households, he said.


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PC Lea said: "Many more were mail shot and we await their replies.

"However from those results already in, there is a general consensus of opinion and is probably representative of the village as a whole.

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