Council approve dual language street sign policy

Council approve dual language street sign policy

Mid-Ulster District Council’s environment committee has voted to approve Council’s dual language street sign policy – despite objections from unionist councillors present at the meeting.
A proposal to reject the policy, put forward by Councillor Wilbert Buchanan, was defeated with six votes in favour and nine against at the committee’s meeting.


Read the full Council heated debate in this week's Courier.

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