by Madison White Franks
LANCASTER—How to deal with roadside litter in Lancaster County was discussed February 22 after District 1 resident Judy Ripley told county supervisors she is very concerned about the problem.
“Lancaster County has many attributes but littering is not one of them,” she said. “Picking up is not the problem. At any given gathering of people when littering is mentioned, everyone is concerned and now state that it is a real problem in Lancaster.”
Sheriff Patrick McCranie has said it’s a matter of catching the culprits, said Ripley.
“This habit is not acceptable and is a punishable crime,” she said.
In Virginia there is a $1,000 fine for littering, added District 1 resident George Bott…
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