LOS ANGELES --
Property owners in Los Angeles may have to reach a little deeper in their pockets to help pay for graffiti prevention. The city council will consider a proposal on Tuesday that would require all new buildings built in the city to have an anti-graffiti coating.
The coating would cover the walls and doors of buildings, including homes, from the ground up to a height of nine feet.
Property owners could be exempt from the ordinance if they sign a contract and promise to remove any graffiti on their property within a week of it being applied.
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