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Plan to ‘name and shame’ dropped

A PLAN to ‘name and shame’ non-payment of fixed penalties for dog fouling has been shown the red card by Argyll and Bute Council officials.

Elected members asked officers to find out the legal position on naming those people who allowed their dogs to foul but didn’t pay the penalties.

But at a council meeting today (Thursday), councillors will be told that legal advice means it cannot make ‘shaming’ part of its policy.

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