Anti-graffiti proposal heads to Council
City-County Council set to vote Aug. 19
Last Updated: 116 days ago
INDIANAPOLIS - An anti-graffiti proposal was approved by the Rules and Public Policy Committee of the Indianapolis City-County Council on Tuesday evening.
The ordinance was initially held up because of its wording.
Under the proposal, people would be fined $50 if they fail to clean up graffiti from their property within 30 days of receiving notice from the city.
Councillors have expressed concerns that this would punish property owners rather than those who paint the graffiti.
The proposal will go to the full council for a vote on Aug. 19.
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