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多伦多市选候选人今天开始可以插竞选宣传牌

来源:多伦多市政府   更新:2018-09-27 07:40:26   作者:多伦多市政府

Candidates can display Toronto election signs starting today

Starting today, municipal election candidates are allowed to put up and display election signs in Toronto. 

Elections signs may be displayed on private property such as lawns, with the owner's permission, and along public streets – subject to the restrictions below: 

Election signs cannot be displayed:
• within 1.5 metres of the curb/edge of pavement
• within 0.6 metres of either side of a sidewalk
• within 15 metres of an intersection or pedestrian crossover of a collector or arterial road
• within three metres of an intersection or pedestrian crossover of a local road on a median or island
• adjacent to a voting place, City park or City facility 
• without the consent of the owner/occupant of the abutting property

Election signs may also be displayed on bus shelters, garbage and recycling containers, and street installation dedicated advertising space (under agreement with the City or its Agencies, Boards, or Commissions); on Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) dedicated advertising space (under agreement with the TTC); on third-party signs (in accordance with the applicable permit under Toronto Municipal Code, Chapter 694); and, on vehicles or trailers.

Additional rules for placement of election signs:
• Election signs may not be placed along expressways. 
• Election signs may not be illuminated (unless on advertising spaces as described above), be attached to trees, or contain the City’s logo. 
• Election signs may not be larger than 1.2 square metres in area and may not be higher than two metres above ground level, except on campaign offices, on TTC/street installation dedicated advertising spaces and on third-party signs.
• It is illegal for anyone to move, remove, alter, deface or wilfully damage a legally displayed election sign. 
• The City will remove any signs that pose a risk to the health and safety of pedestrians, cyclists or motorists.
• The City is not required to give notice before removing an unlawful election sign; however, candidates will be notified within 24 hours if their election sign has been removed. 
• Signs removed by the City may be retrieved at designated City facilities, during designated dates/times throughout the Election Sign Period (and for 72 hours after). All election signs must be removed by October 25 (72 hours after the closing of the election). 
• Candidates and residents can bring election signs to select City of Toronto Drop-Off Depots for recycling until November 30, 2018. Signs cannot be disposed of in the Blue Bin.

Individuals can obtain more information about the City's election sign bylaw by visiting https://bit.ly/2xHy77v. To report a suspected infraction, phone 311 or email 311@toronto.ca.

(Source: City of Toronto)

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