The meeting was held at Kildare County Council headquarters at Aras Chill Dara. File Pic
The amount of large paid parking signs in Maynooth region has drawn complaints from a number of residents.
That's according to Fine Gael councillor Tim Durkan, who made the comments at the latest Clane-Maynooth Municipal District meeting held earlier today.
Cllr Durkan said that each sign is around 4 foot by 5 foot, and vast number of them is 'unsightly.'
"It's become a bit over-prolific with some of the larger signs," Cllr Durkan said to those in attendance: "Can we review some of them?"
Cllr Tim Durkan, Fine Gael
In response, Kildare County Council engineer Cyril Buggie said that the issue has been raised by a Tidy Towns group, adding: 'I don't think they are necessary.'
All in attendance agree to remove the large signs, but to keep the smaller paid parking signs.
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