“Having consulted with family, friends, supporters and members of the general public I have decided that during my election campaign in the Castleisland Electoral Area I will not be erecting any election posters. This decision is based on keeping Kerry clean and environmentally friendly.”
“That’s a statement of intent from Charlie Farrelly, independent candidate in the May 24th local elections for the four-seater Castleisland area.
Ditches and Dykes
“In the course of my employment with Kerry County Council Roads Department I constantly see broken and torn posters and advertising corriboard signs blown down and ending up in ditches and dykes along the highways and byways of Kerry.
“I have already made a public request to the other declared candidates to make this a Poster Free Campaign but as of yet they have remained silent.
“Once again I am calling on all candidates to come out and publicly declare whether they are willing to follow my example of having a Poster Free Campaign in the Castleisland Electoral Area,” said Charlie.
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