Graffiti ordinance concerns victim

Graffiti can be seen on parking structure and storage shed off of Maple Street in 2008. With only one incident reported in 2021, the city is taking another look at its graffiti-removal fund.(File photo/Montrose Daily Press)

Only one reported case of graffiti popped up in the past year and a half in the City of Montrose, but the low incidence rate is hitting the city’s wallet harder than expected. City officials hope to eliminate an anti-graffiti account failing to fund removal projects.

According to a report run by City Finance Director Shani Wittenberg, approximately $50,000 has been put toward graffiti removal since 2017.



Cassie Knust is a staff writer for the Montrose Daily Press.

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