|On the scent of something tasty - will it take him to someone's kitchen?|
FOXES in Cleethorpes and Grimsby are becoming increasingly fearless.
In their quest for food, they have even begun entering homes through open back doors. That's worrying especially for anyone with a baby or toddler.
The creatures are spectacular to view, but few have a kind word about them.
One things in their favour is that they probably keep down numbers of mice and rats.
They also scavenge (and thus help to cleanse) town centre streets for the discarded remains of takeaway meals.
|That's meant for the birds. Tough! I'm having it|
|I wonder how Leicester City will get on at the weekend|
COUNCIL RETHINK ON UNPOPULAR TRAFFIC LIGHTS PLAN
IT'S back to the drawing board on controversial proposals to replace roundabouts with traffic lights at Nun's Corner, Grimsby, and at Tollbar, Cleethorpes.
Following opposition from the public, North East Lincolnshire Council's Labour-controlled cabinet has resolved to put any decision on hold pending consideration by the regeneration and environment scrutiny panel at its meeting on November 29.
The pause has been welcomed by the leader of the opposition Conservative Group, Coun Philip Jackson.
He said: "This will gives us an opportunity to have a proper look at these proposals.
"There is a lot of public opposition to removing the roundabouts and having traffic light controlled junctions at these locations.
"Many road users think it will add to congestion, not reduce it."