Here is a picture of Natalie making beautiful art ...
Well some of her neighbors did not like the graffiti and called her in
Look how sad she is in the next photo with the letter condemening her actions ..
Now, they are going to be able to clean this up or keep it by some better communication but this is just odd to me at times that we have gotten to the point. Here are some of the snipits:
The letters focus: “PLEASE REMOVE THE GRAFFITI FROM YOUR PROPERTY,” the Sanitation Department warning letter read. “FAILURE TO COMPLY … MAY RESULT IN ENFORCEMENT ACTION AGAINST YOU.”
The requirements: The property owner has 45 days to remove it or ask the city to remove it. We’ll inspect after that, and if the graffiti is still there, the property owner has another 60 days before we’ll write a summons.
The fine: $ 300
What is graffiti: City Council passed local law 111 in 2005, which defined “graffiti” as “any letter, word, name, number, symbol, slogan, message, drawing, picture, writing … that is drawn, painted, chiseled, scratched, or etched on a commercial building or residential building.
Of course, there are numerous people in the city cheering. Art like this makes the city "ugly".
My only question is this: Do we have a few more pressing needs than a 6 year old doing chalk art on the "sidewalk" IN FRONT OF HER HOUSE ?