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Los Angeles New Law: NO MORE Graffiti!!

Thursday, October 1, 2009 posted by Tommi Crow
LOS ANGELES — Under an ordinance just approved by the City Council, all new buildings in Los Angeles including homes must have anti-graffiti coating, unless the owners sign a contract vowing to remove any graffiti on their property within 72 hours from notification.
One, two punch.  Under the new law, anti-graffiti paints would be applied over existing paint on outside walls and doors to a height of at least nine feet.  If taggers strike buildings with the protective coating, the paint would be easier to wipe off.  In addition, LA hopes that quickly removing graffiti will deter “artists”, altogether, when they learn that their “work” will disappear after a couple of days.
The timing of the law may be bad.  Anti-graffiti coatings and paint are not cheap.   Products range in price from $60 to $632 per gallon, depending on the quality of the product.  The cost of complying with the new law will be likely be difficult for some homeowners.
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