No election signs on public property in The City of Kingston, Ontario, Canada

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Whereas election signs cost large amount of plastic, money, and volunteer time to produce and place, and money and energy to recycle,


Whereas election signs on public property cause both visual and environmental pollution,


Whereas election signs serve to show support of a particular party or candidate, and the city should be impartial to all campaign promotion and support,

we, the undersigned,

request that the City of Kingston make suitable modifications to the election sign bylaw to ban all election signs on publicly owned property, to be enforced for the 2018 City of Kingston Municipal election.