$5,000 for a bit of garden waste?

Let’s say it’s just before 3 pm on a Saturday, maybe 26 October 2019. And let’s say you drive a red car onto the beach. The back is loaded with 2 full woolsacks or the like. Let’s say you drive onto the beach and speed off to the south.

This red car leaving the beach does not have any woolsacks on the back seat.
This red car leaving the beach around 3.04 pm on 26 October 2019 does not have any woolsacks on the back seat.

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Rubbish Bags

As usual last Monday morning, 30 January 2012, was similar to many others especially after holiday periods when the village takes on the appearance of a rubbish dump after rubbish bags that have been left out on the ground overnight have been attacked by dogs or birds or cats or maybe even rabbits.

Regardless of what animals are responsible, the mess left is not the responsibility of the rubbish collectors to clean up and the rats and other rodents are probably having a field day.

Solutions are to build a stand above the ground or hire a bin – about $5 per week.