TAMS are celebrating a vandal roundup:
ACT Parks and Conservation Service rangers have teamed with ACT Policing to identify and fine seven people who were guilty of using their cars to deface parkland in remote parts of the ACT.
“With the help of the Rural Patrol within ACT Policing, seven drivers have been identified and fined for causing significant environmental damage to areas of the Cotter River Catchment,” Manager, Regional Operations, ACT Parks and Conservation Service, Brett McNamara said today.
“Rangers noticed that sections of the grass verge on Brindabella Road had been torn up by drivers doing ‘circle work’ with their vehicles. We set surveillance cameras up in response to this, which showed more vehicles damaging the area.
“ACT Policing were provided with the video footage, and were able to successfully identify the drivers and issue them with infringement notices.