North Hills expands pooper scooper law to include dog’s homeonwers
NORTH HILLS - The Village of North Hills approved a plan to expand its pooper scooper law to include the dog owner's own property.
Mayor Marvin Natiss says the expanded ordinance was prompted by a complaint from a resident over unsanitary conditions.
Some residents are concerned the new rules would be difficult to report, but officials say cellphones will help.
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According to Newsday, residents can be fined up to $200 if they don't properly clean up their dog's mess.