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Motion put to Council on Flags Policy.

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A motion is to be put to Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council tomorrow night in relation to the flying of the Union Flag from Council Properties.

The motion, which was put forward by Alderman Hillis, proposes that the flag fly from Civic Centres and former Council Chambers (Coleraine Town Hall, Portrush Town Hall, Portstewart Town Hall, Ballymoney Town Hall and Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre) for 365 days a year.

The motion also proposes that it fly on Working Days, Designated Days and other days at the discretion of the Council’s Chief Executive from Council Headquarters at Cloonavin, as well as Council Admin Centres (Riada House, Limavady Council Offices and Sheskburn House)

The proposal is supported by all Unionist members of the Council.

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