Council decides to replace Irish signs again

MID-ULSTER Council is set to go ahead with replacing new Irish language signs which were only installed a matter of months ago... as they are not happy with the style of the signs!

Around 26 signs at various locations throughout the district will have to be replaced after a recommendation by the Environment Committee was adopted by the nationalist-controlled Council at its monthly meeting on Thursday night. 

And it is ratepayers who will, once again, have to foot the bill.

It is the second time within a matter of months that the Council has voted to change the style of the signs which have been erected throughout the Dungannon, Cookstown and Magherafelt areas.

Read more in the Tyrone and Mid-Ulster Courier.

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