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Tight restrictions are to be imposed on where Tauranga City Council candidates can put their signs.
Instead of saying where candidates were not allowed to put signs, the council yesterday agreed by the narrowest of margins to define the roadsides where signs would be allowed.
It took the casting vote of chairwoman Bev Edlin to resolve the issue after the council was locked 5-5. It agreed only one sign per candidate would be allowed on each of the 31 roadside strips around the city.