Poles given signs when they should simply be removedDetails
This week, I identified just three examples of poles in Booterstown, Blackrock and Glasthule, apparently without purpose. These poles are just a few of the very many that have spring up around Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown at significant cost without a proper basis for them.
Article from The Sunday Times of the 3rd of October 2010Details
Dún Laoghaire Area Transportation Committee 4th May 2010 Parking Machine Direction Sign at Castle Court, Booterstown Question: Councillor B. Ward “To ask the Manager if the parking machine direction sign at the entrance Castle Court, Booterstown, can be turned through 180 degrees as it is pointing in the wrong direction?” …Details
Let’s count telegraph poles, says councillor By Alan O’Keeffe Friday November 06 2009 A councillor who wants to spend taxpayers’ money counting poles insists it could save councils thousands of euro. Cllr Barry Ward claimed the ‘proliferation’ of telephone, electricity, public lighting, bus stop and traffic sign poles must be curbed. …Details