The PP candidate has announced that a specialized local police service will be created for citizens “to monitor lewd behaviours”.
The PP candidate for mayor of Granada, Marifran Carazo, has stated that she will develop a municipal plan for the well-being of pets, assuring that she will act with determination to combat unfriendly behaviour.
“Our pets not only provide us with companionship, but also play an important role in the social fabric,” said the popular candidate. He said in a note, “They have become an integral part of our lives, they are part of our family, they help fight loneliness in many cases or the elderly and they also accompany us on our daily walks. ”
Aware of the importance of these animals in the lives of many people in Grenada, he has assured that “Grenada is going to be a city that takes care of our pets, increases the space for them, enough for them to play and run.” With parks and with adequate facilities in all districts.
For this reason, it has shifted its objective to “developing a municipal animal welfare plan, agreed with the associations and the official college of veterinarians including the modification of restrictions in cases of abandonment, the zero slaughter objective, the promotion of emergency service These include measures such as improving the regulation of access with companion animals to means of transport, an awareness campaign to promote the adoption of animals, for collection and veterinary attention”.
To this he added that he would take action so that “there is a dog park where animals can play less than 10 minutes from their home, so anyone who goes for a walk with their pet can take it for a normal walk”. And, similarly, the number of dustbins will double”, as announced.
But, as mayor “I have a responsibility to take care of my pets and pamper them”, Marifrán Carazo also mentioned one of Granada’s problems: dog excrement.
“It is the responsibility of their owners to clean up whatever they dirty, pick up their feces. Unfortunately, in recent years we have seen an increase in littering in the city, caused by unscrupulous people who leave their pet’s droppings on the ground. Let’s leave. Enough of bitterness. It is the responsibility of all of us to keep the parks clean. Dustbins, notices and posters will be increased, but those who fail to follow the rules will also be fined.
Similarly, a special service of local police in plain clothes would be created to keep a check on uncivilized behaviour. As responsible owners, we should also consider it our duty to keep Grenada clean. The mayor while our parks become a minefield of dog droppings.