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The scoop on outdoor poop

‘Where are the washrooms?’ ask anxious Wakefield locals, visitors


A business owner can only watch so many tourists relieve themselves in public just steps from her boutique before it becomes time to take drastic action — or, in the case of Wendy Stephens, owner of End of the Line Boutique in Wakefield, write a strongly worded letter to the municipality.


“The weekend of Nov. 7 and 8 was not only beautiful, but it was also embarrassing for our little village,” she wrote in her letter titled, “Public urination is still a problem,” which was addressed to the La Pêche council, and published in the Letters to the Editor section of the Nov. 18 edition of The Low Down.