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07 Aug 2019

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A patch of green

A patch of green grass in front of Eureka tower was supposed to provide some visual pleasure in the concrete jungle of Riverside

Quay to the residents, local workers and tourists.

Unfortunately, it turned into a potty for all local dogs with patches of grass completely ripped out by our furry friends concealing their deeds. Council occasionally replaces the grass, but with current patronage intensity the greenery remains intact only for a few weeks. 

Wondering if the council could introduce some dedicated dog patches in less touristic corners of Southbank and keep the Riverside Quay patch, as well as the green patches along the river bank, for people to enjoy?

Max

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