Board Bill Number 314 | Session 2005-2006

Ordinance relating to graffiti

Board Bill

An ordinance pertaining to graffiti; prohibiting any person from placing graffiti upon any public or private property within the City of St. Louis; making it unlawful for any person to maintain graffiti that has been placed upon, or allow graffiti to remain upon, any surface within that person's control, possession or ownership when the graffiti is visible from a public street, public alley, other public right-of-way and other public property; declaring that graffiti is a public nuisance; further establishing a procedure for removal of graffiti from private property under the direction of the Forestry Commissioner; containing definitions, a penalty clause and an emergency clause.

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Legislative History

Sponsor: Gregory Carter
Co-Sponsors: Lewis E Reed
Kenneth Ortmann
Craig N Schmid
Committee: Public Safety
Actions: 12/16/2005 Perfection
12/16/2005 Third Reading
12/02/2005 Second Reading
11/18/2005 First Reading


Effective Date: 12/21/2005
Ordinance #: 66934

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