Mayor ap­peals for no elec­tion posters

Bray People - - ABOUT GREYSTONES -

MAYOR Stephen Stokes has called on all elec­tion can­di­dates in the Grey­stones Elec­toral Area to keep Grey­stones town cen­tre free of elec­tion posters dur­ing the up­com­ing Euro­pean and lo­cal elec­tion cam­paigns.

Mayor Stokes, who will not be run­ning, also be­lieves it is vi­tal that cam­paign teams place posters in a safe man­ner and that they re­move their poster ca­ble ties fol­low­ing the cam­paign.

‘Grey­stones Town Coun­cil unan­i­mously passed a res­o­lu­tion that can­di­dates should keep the town cen­tre free from posters for the en­tire length of Church Road and the Mill Road as far as the Town Coun­cil,’ he said.

This fol­lows on from other elec­tions whereby Grey­stones town cen­tre has been poster free. ‘People will see enough elec­tion posters dur­ing the cam­paign. This ini­tia­tive is about keep­ing the town cen­tre as a neu­tral haven for lo­cal people.’

Polling day is Fri­day, May 23.

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