I THINK it outrageous that some people seem to think they are justified in urinating in the street because public toilets have been closed.
Surely, as adults, we are mature enough to control ourselves until a toilet can be found?
Pubs, clubs and shops all have toilets and there are still public conveniences in the city centre.
I found Sandy Kirkpatrick's letter (August 7) utter nonsense, to have a go at the Evening Times for highlighting a disgusting and indefensible action was ridiculous.
Carry on campaigning, especially if it highlights some of the more unsavoury hidden aspects of human life.
I READ your article about the work being carried out on the flats at Silverfir Court in the Gorbals.
I am a house owner in one of the said flats and I live on the 6th floor.
The tenants were given a sum of money for the lifts being off and compensation for the disruption.
As for the house owners, we were told we would get, and are still getting, nothing.
We had to walk up the stairs and put up with all the disruption and buy new blinds and curtains. I think this is totally unfair – it's blatant discrimination against house owners.
We are getting our windows for nothing but have to pay our share for all the other work being carried out, i.e. lifts, outside cladding and any other work being done.
So, we, as house owners are paying for the privilege of living on a building site.
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Can I just say thank you for the SMYTHS gift voucher that I recently won in your paper.
It will go along way to helping out at Christmas. Thanks.