The public seems to be on board with Quesnel City Council’s plan to restrict and limit political signs.
Results of a survey released at this week’s Council meeting show that 68 percent of the 192 people that responded agree, or strongly agree, to restrict the signs in the City.
66 percent agree that six political signs per candidate is sufficient political signage, or too much signage, to be displayed throughout the City during an election or referendum.
And 70 percent believe that erecting signs 30 days before and removing them 3 days following an election or referendum is sufficient time to do so.
Council has now given three readings to a political sign bylaw.