Thibodeau also reminds residents to pick up their dogs' waste and deposit it in a trash receptacle. Canine droppings that are left on the ground can eventually be washed into streams and other bodies of water that end up in the lake, he pointed out.
Town bylaws require that dogs be leashed when they are outside and that owners collect their waste. Lt.
The fines for violating these regulations start at
Several dogs were reported swimming in
The following morning, at 11:15, dogs were again seen swimming in the lake, according to the police log. They were gone by the time police arrived.
The police will use social media to get the message out that dogs are not allowed in
Thibodeau noted that plastic bags for "poop scooping" as well as trash barrels are located at the town's playgrounds and conservation areas.
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