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To the Editor:
As a biased puppy proprietor and total-time resident of Beach front Haven, I would like to answer to Jon Rothschild’s letter (“Be Dependable,” 10/21). Mr. Rothschild, no just one hates seeing pet piles on the seashore or anyplace in our charming town additional than responsible canine homeowners.
We who reside listed here year ’round dwell for the off-period when our furry friends can chase seagulls, roll in the sand and loll in the surf. When I head to the beach front with Mick, I have at the very least five black luggage, courtesy of Seaside Haven, tied to his leash. My canine is not that prolific. I have a fistful of baggage with me to decide up after humans as perfectly as irresponsible doggy homeowners, and let me convey to you that the human waste significantly outnumbers the pet dog waste.
But guess what? I decide on that up, as well! Staying able to walk on the seaside each time I want is a gift that I treasure every single day. To me, a deflated balloon is just as disgusting as a doggy pile, whilst nowhere near as stinky. On some of our walks, I have filled a few bags with bottle caps, cigarette butts and balloons, not to mention the beer cans from a clandestine late-night get together.
I also thoroughly clean up our streets, Mr. Rothschild. Do you? I cannot even start out to rely the blue experience masks I have picked up, and odds are that if I saw a canine pile on your lawn and experienced an more bag, I would have picked it up. Why? Due to the fact irresponsible people are everywhere and they are not just doggy folks. We are privileged to are living on Extensive Seaside Island, and as persons of privilege it is our responsibility to hold it as pristine as possible.
I know that I’m in the minority mainly because I have watched human beings phase correct above sodden plastic bags, beer cans and other human detritus. Would you recommend banning people for the way they sully our beaches?
Do all of the conscientious canine house owners a stable (pun intended). Take a bag to the beach. In point, choose two. Select up the bottle caps and cans and the occasional puppy pile. Really do not place your finger unless you are doing your element to thoroughly clean up following careless, entitled people today. And you should, never advise that the solution is to ban pet dogs. The alternative is to handle every inch of our island as if it is our accountability to maintain it clean.
Marsia Mason
Seashore Haven

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