ONE of the locations of the stickers.


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THE stickering of pedestrian crossings and traffic lights in Tuam has been heavily criticised by the local Tidy Towns committee, after a proliferation of stickers appeared throughout the town centre in recent weeks.

The stickers, placed by Tuam Municipal District Councillor Joe Sheridan, aims to highlight work the Fianna Fail councillor has done in the past year to address issues with the infrastructure at pedestrian and pelican crossings in the town and wider region.

Cllr Sheridan has posted on his social media accounts as to the meaning behind the stickers, asking people to report any issues with traffic lights or pedestrian crossings to him directly.

However, the stickers, which have numbered up to six at some locations, have been condemned by other public representatives, who say they are littering the town centre.

Speaking to The Tuam Herald, Cllr Sheridan said the stickers are biodegradable and that if anyone is offended by his approach, they can contact him directly.

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