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Local Authorities Asking Local Residents To Be Considerate As Weather Begins To Warm Up

This is the time of year local authorities begin to see an increase in noise complaints and disputes among neighbors. 


With that in mind, Clinton Police Chief Ben Lowers is asking local residents to be mindful of your neighbors as you enjoy the change in season.



Residents will be getting out with their animals for more walks and the Chief reminds Clinton residents there is a city ordinance to keep your pets on a leash. Additionally, he implores those out with pets to clean up after them if they take care of their business while you're on a walk or at the park. 



As residents get out for spring clean up in the yards and gardens, Chief Lowers reminds residents there is a no burn ordinance in town and asks everyone to utilize the yard waste facility or set their brush out on the curbside for city crews to get when they make their monthly rounds.



This time of year also brings more calls regarding car burglaries. Later this week on Regional Radio News we'll have more details on what authorities see this time of year surrounding that. 

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