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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal (UK))
A Council's plans to combat yobbish behaviour will come before councillors for approval this week.
Aberdeenshire Council's first anti-social behaviour strategy outlines ways to tackle issues including hooliganism, dog fouling, boy racers, drug dealing and rowdy neighbours.
It follows a survey of residents earlier this year, which showed that these were some of the most common complaints from residents in the region.
The strategy, which is expected to cost GBP275,750 in the first year, is the culmination of extensive consultation with various agencies, including Grampian Police and Grampian Racial …