Windy Ridge, Thornbury Hill appears infested with 2 & 4 legged Rodents – where is Vector Control Unit?

One of my most regular readers and frequent tipsters is now in a predicament of their own… “Not sure if it is actually two properties or one.

"...There is the foundation of one building which will soon be covered by bush. There is well somewhere in the middle of the land. It appears to be infested by rats."

The owner of one property in the area puts down poison which he can see is eaten on a daily basis, and the rats are seen in the evening.

The owner of the property at foundation level is currently in England. No activity has been seen in a while, and with the spate of crime, not only is it an eyesore and rat nest, but an unsafe are as criminals can hide. It is possible that a notice from health officials has been sent to the owner, but they can still clean it and send the bill also.”

“…To make matters worse, the house on the ridge, which is Durants, dumps their lawn trash over the wall in the bushy area, so you can imagine the haven for critters.”

These shots are showing the overgrowth of bush on a cul-de-sac road that is somewhere behind me. The owners of the large bushy area live to front of property. The bush is encroaching on the road, and water authority and other trucks use it and are damaging her area close to her fence. To make matters worse, the house on the ridge, which is Durants, dumps their lawn trash over the wall in the bushy area, so you can imagine the haven for critters. There may also be a well in there.”

There may have been some controversy where the owner of the land claims that the road is theirs, but it is a public access road. Some years ago, the lady found a Boa in her lime tree, and fears that snakes could be in the bush. There are definitely rats. She gets home from work around 2am and fears that someone could be hiding in the bushes.”

“…There may have been some controversy where the owner of the land claims that the road is theirs, but it is a public access road. Some years ago, the lady found a Boa in her lime tree, and fears that snakes could be in the bush. “

“There was a lepto death in the area in April, but nothing was found on the persons property so they don’t know where he contracted it, but that should still be enough to have the area cleared and then bill the owner. Now one of my pets has contracted lepto, numerous voice mails have been left with Tyrone Applewhaite, the Chief Environmental Officer in the Ministry of Health but he does not return calls… Doesn’t Government pay his cellular bill? Why does he have a Mobile?”

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