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Tagged! Graffiti Is Gaming Our City

Property owners say they feel victimized twice by graffiti — once by the vandal and again when the city cites them and levies fines. They said they resent being cited and fined when the city isn’t doing enough to remove graffiti on its own property. ‘Why should you have to remove the graffiti from your building, and here’s a street sign in front of your property which is covered?’ said Josh White, the founder of the grassroots Louisville Graffiti Abatement Coalition. ‘It’s hypocrisy. It’s the worst case of hypocrisy.’      

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