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Hilldene parking row: register your voice on petition this weekend

18:50 09 January 2013

Flower Girl employee Danny Wallis, Roseland News proprietor Ronak Patel proprieter and Cllr Paul Geary are among those who oppose the plans

Flower Girl employee Danny Wallis, Roseland News proprietor Ronak Patel proprieter and Cllr Paul Geary are among those who oppose the plans

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Objectors to the council’s plans for parking meters in the Hilldene shopping area can register their dissent on a petition.

Harold Hill Labour councillors Paul McGeary (Heaton), Denis O’Flynn (Heaton) and Pat Murray (Gooshays) will host a stall in Hilldene Avenue from 10am where you can find out more and sign a petition if you object to the council proposals.

The plans would see the area subject to a maximum two-hour stay and an incrementally increasing charge.

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