In response to “Stop Scapegoating the Amish for Buggy Issues,” it is just a matter of common courtesy that they carry a horse poop bucket and shovel in the back of their wagons. Then stop and shovel up the horse poop instead of leaving it where it falls. Wagons that were operated in towns and villages in the late 19th and early 20th centuries had horse poop buckets and shovels. If it is fine for some to leave horse poop all over, then it should be fine for this to happen with dog poop. And the dog poop buckets need to be taken down. Second, the black wagons in Lancaster, Penn. have red warning triangles on the back of the wagons that get used on roads. There is no reason that the wagons used in New York can not also have the red triangles mounted on the back of the wagons.