I would like to comment on the full page ad taken out by the City of Surrey – City Boulevard Trees and You – in Tuesday’s paper.
I am a homeowner in South Surrey and do not have sidewalks on either side of our streets.
When I walk my dog, a neighbour requested that I do not allow my dog to do her business on his lawn.
My opinion has always been that as we do not have sidewalks, the first few feet of a property is not owned by the homeowner but by the city.
My question is: Does the property owner have the right to request that I do not allow my dog to do her business?
I always pick up after my dog, so that is not an issue.
But if my dog wants to urinate, does she have the right to pee on my neighbour’s grass?
Theresa Delaney, Surrey