Re: Re: Most Beautiful Building in Cork?
I know everyone slags them off now and again, including me, but I think it is a credit to the council that they are keeping our pavements so clean. I don’t think other city councils put as much effort into taking chewing gum off the pavements then they do in Cork. I know it’s only something small, but it’s always something I notice not just in Cork but in Dublin or Limerick aswell. I believe getting rid of chewing gum is one of the most expensive areas in keeping an area clean and it’s good to see so much effort being put into the small little things that most people don’t even care about. God, I am such a loser, I just spent the last five minutes writing a post about chewing gum. And remember…. chewing gum is a priviliage, dispose of it properly. It is banned in Singapore!