This is odd -- on Park Road the other day between Georgia and Sherman I spotted this sign, saying that the yard area is under video surveillance to make sure you pick up after your dog.
This is strange for a number of reasons. For one, what are they going to do, review the tape then search for the dog and owner? And then what, give them a stern talking to? Is someone constantly monitoring the video feed? Who has time for that? Why not just demand DNA testing for every dog? (I'm being facetious, but this really happened in San Francisco.) Or maybe the video surveillance is really for more serious things like robbery? It's weird all the way around.