Fittest loser
Article posted: 6/1/2013 5:00 AM

Feeding geese causes problem

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I'm writing this as a concern about public safety and a nuisance.

There is a public sidewalk in the townhouse complex where I live that I use to walk on for exercise. A person from a unit alongside the sidewalk feeds the geese, so there are geese on the sidewalk and droppings on it.

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I have to walk out onto the street to avoid the geese on the sidewalk. The droppings are a real nuisance to try and walk around on the sidewalk, alley and the street.

Last year, there where other issues concerning, this unit and the sidewalk. I don't know if the geese where brought up at that time, but it was also an issue last year. I don't know if it was the association or the village that got it to stop.

I'm hoping that this issue can be resolved, and not be an ongoing concern.

Steven Kopp

Round Lake Beach

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