Re: Re: Dartmouth Square Disgrace
I left the last hat I owned a cheap cap wioth Che Guavara on the front in a converted hi-ace in southern Bolivia about 7 years ago. I don’t wear hats but I have respect for all that seek to differentiate themsleves from the pack in ways that enrich visual amenity as opposed to those that seek to deplete it for ham fisted gain.
We are not talking about enough garden matter to hide two snails we are talking about c100 trees oversailing public footpaths; each tree presumed to produce 100 kgs of wet leaves over a 2 month period. The costs of keeping this area clean would involve
1 man 8 hours a day 5 days a week for 9 weeks at â‚¬12 per hour including employment costs comes to â‚¬4,320; ten tonnes of waste at â‚¬120 per tonne comes to â‚¬1,200 plus transport of say 9 trips at â‚¬200 per trip of say â‚¬1,800 this is a cost of â‚¬7,320 p.a.
Why should tax payers subsidise a private citizen to make 400m of footpaths unsafe?
Particularly this one