Planning observation submitted on behalf of TD without him reading or approving it

lostexpectation

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SBP wrote article says 3 SF reps submitting an observation on a 5G mast planning application raising health concerns

Then this week Aengus O'Snodaigh said it was submitted without him reading it... Ó Snodaigh does not stand over letter citing 5G health concerns | Business Post

extraordinary, Im looking at the Dublin City Council site to see what it says about planning observations, is submitted a planning submission on behalf of somebody else who doesn't have knowledge of its contents a crime?
 
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The people of Crumlin want 5G broadband because its good as a lifestyle improvement and facility and you can boast about it in the estate agent details. Having a new broadband relay mast is bad because it might be an eyesore and affect property prices.

Basically there is a case here for the local authority to poll Crumlin residents and offer them a choice. No mast, meaning a delay to superfast whizzy speeds for watching cat videos on the net, or take the mast and enjoy more digital cat. Whatever the poll says, do that.

That would be the local authority off the hook.
 


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