CBS New York

News Staff
July 17, 2014

NORTH HILLS, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — The village of North Hills, Long Island, has approved a law requiring homeowners to clean up after their dogs – even on their own property.


The North Hills mayor’s office confirmed to CBS 2 that the law passed Wednesday night by a vote of 5-0.


The law will require homeowners to promptly remove dog poop from their own lawns, driveways and walking paths, place it in a plastic bag and dispose of it in a covered trash bin or face a fine, CBS 2’s Jennifer McLogan reported earlier this week.


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