He wants a review to be carried out urgently.
A Westmeath councillor is calling for fairness when allowing businesses use signposts for advertising.
Fianna Fáil's Ken Glynn says it's concerning that local entreprenuers applying to erect advertising signs to the local authority were being rejected, while Center Parc signage was put up overnight.
Councillor Glynn believes the current situation is not inviting people into Mullingar but telling them to bypass the town instead.
He is looking for a review to be carried out urgently: