Graffiti Shifts From Public to Private Property, City Reports

Following a lengthy and expensive crackdown, graffiti seems to be migrating from public to private property, the controller's office reports.

According to a memo from the city controller presented as part of the the communications packet for this week's Board of Supervisors meeting, graffiti found on surveyed public property has declined from last year, but “graffiti found on private property is the highest it has been in the past four fiscal years.”

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