Regarding Snohomish County Public Works’ “We Scoop” campaign:
You want to spend money blasting me about the dog poop in my backyard while you do nothing about the hundreds, even tens of thousands, of gallons of poop that get spread by fire hose like automated tractors across the Snohomish River valley?
I don’t get it. Even if you’re correct that my dogs are spreading disease and vermin through their poop, you can’t seriously think it is even close to the pooper shooters in the valley. When I see regulations limiting or stopping this “method of fertilization,” I will begin worrying about my backyard.