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To remove all traces of broken glass on footpaths

Reported via iOS in the Street cleaning category anonymously at 16:54, Tuesday 11 May 2021

Sent to Sheffield City Council less than a minute later

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Footpaths through field between Earl Marshal Road & Page Hall roundabout have been repeatedly reported for lots of broken gjass. But, each time it’s cleared up, although the main glass is swept away from the footpath proper, little bits have been left on the edges of the path & into the edges of the grass. I have had one piece go through the sole of my trainer, & have had to pick pieces out of my dog’s paws. These paths are used daily by children en route to 3 local schools. So, as all the glass is never actually cleared, the only solution I can suggest is that the footpaths are deep cleaned to remove all of the glass in order to make the paths safe.

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