Anti-social behavior complaints fall in Boston
A NEW policy of removing public seating from anti-social behaviour hot spots in Boston has seen complaints fall dramatically.
Boston Borough Council's cabinet was told of the decrease in complaints at a recent meeting.
Councillor Mike Gilbert, portfolio holder for community development, said reported incidents of anti-social behaviour had reduced by half from August to December following action to target public areas where drinkers congregated following a decision made by the Boston Town Area Committee.
BBC leader Peter Bedford, said there had also been a reduction in street drinking since the Ingram Memorial area had been opened up to the Market Place.
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