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by Mario Fabretto
Flag divided per pale green-white-green, with the coat of arms on the central green stripe.
This flag is of the county council - the elected body responsible for local administration. It is flown at council offices but it does not represent the county and is not used by the general population.
Vincent Morley, 1 November 1997
The City Council of Limerick, Ireland, for official purposes uses a banner of
arms based on the city coat of arms:
"A painting of the arms also appears on the document as well as being shown in the form of a banner, which, when flown, will proclaim the presence of the city council."
A very small image of the flag can be seen on a document for registration of the armorial bearings, following the same story on the city website: http://www.limerick.ie/Press/LimerickCityConfirmsItsRightToArmorialBearingsCoatofArms.
Valentin Poposki, 15 July 2009