The Southern Highlands Greens have taken issue with the size of Wollondilly MP Nathaniel Smith’s corflute signs.
The party claims they’ve been contacted by a number of people who claim their blotting our landscape.
But Mr. Smith said the Greens need to do their homework.
“I’ve been advised the SEPP regulations have been changed to allow elections signs in rural areas such as the Wollondilly to be up to 3.75 square metres,
“The size of my current signs are 2.88, so they are legal,”Mr. Smith said.
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