Open letter to a litterbug

Open letter to a litterbug To the owner of debit card XXX-XXX-4338: Please have a discussion with whoever enjoys chicken strips, potato wedges and sausage rolls from Super A in Porter Creek and tell them it is not responsible to litter. Several of us hav

To the owner of debit card XXX-XXX-4338: Please have a discussion with whoever enjoys chicken strips, potato wedges and sausage rolls from Super A in Porter Creek and tell them it is not responsible to litter.

Several of us have picked up the tin-foil wrappers from the mentioned food on the trail between Holly and Pine Street at Thirteenth Ave. Note there are garbage containers at both Holly and Pine Street, so it would be a matter of carrying the wrappers less than a half a block.

This is your community as well as ours. Your help will be appreciated.

Gayle Moffatt

Whitehorse

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