How Low Can You Go?


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Not that low?

Ronan Moore writes:

“Terence Flanagan election poster is obstructing drivers’ views from Charlemont Road to Howth Road, Dublin, in clear breach of Dublin City Guidelines which state: Posters should be erected at a minimum height of 2.3 metres above footpaths, cycle tracks or any area to which pedestrians have access… Duly reported to Dublin City Council.”


Earlier: Too Low, Jo

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17 thoughts on “How Low Can You Go?

  1. Condescending Nana

    shall we use this one with the sleazy grin and a bit cross eyed? Yup, love it, let’s press thousands of ’em

  2. mauriac

    aaahhhh .. why can’t Ireland copy the rest of Europe and put these posters up only in controlled designated areas ?

  3. mike

    While I don’t advocate low posters, At The Moment the one at the back of the Flanagan poster is larger and thus causing the obstruction, not the Flanagan one.

  4. Frilly Keane

    That poor wee poster is just bursting for a Mickey Fla

    ( there’s an Ardagh one not a 100 mtrs from me now at ground level… I’ve had a drink. Just in case like…. )

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