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One place that been a perennial favorite of taggers for years (as the commenters on this 2013 post attest),is the long vacant building at 7706 and 7708 Greenwood Avenue. Here a picture from earlier this evening that shows a snippet of the graffiti again covering the building:
The owners, Scott Walker and Rene Vaughan, were called before the city Hearing Examiner last June after being cited for failing to clean up the graffiti covered building in a timely manner.
Why? The Hearing Examiner notedin part that it appeared this was the first time they been cited for not cleaning up the graffiti:
Mr. Walker did not respond to the removal letter and the second notice sent by SPU. However, at hearing, Mr. Walker was cooperative, acknowledged his responsibilities under the law, and had begun the abatement process, which he completed soon after the hearing. This also appears to be the first Notice of Civil Violation issued to him. In light of these factors, no monetary penalty will be assessed.
If you concerned about graffiti, some recommendations from the city for graffiti prevention and removal:
If you see someone tagging property, call 911. Graffiti vandals must be caught in action to be prosecuted.
You can report graffiti on public or private property through an online form link found on this page, or call the city at (206) 684 7587.
If it your private property that tagged, you can make a police report by calling (206) 625 5011.
If your property has been hit, take a picture for insurance purposes, then immediately remove or paint over the graffiti.
Another option can be to volunteer to clean up graffiti. Seattle Public Utilities offers free supplies and has a Testosterone Propionate 100mg waiver property owners can sign that allows SPU to remove graffiti for the owners at least once a month.
So, is there a problem? And if so, what should be done?
May 8, 2014 at 3:00 am
I feel for Scott. But at the same time, the graffiti here is a symptom. The problem is the building itself. Most of the time, graffiti happens in places that are not cared for. And it comes back when it not reliably removed right away. They say they give a notice after about 60 days but this time I have yet to see one. I am really really tired of looking at it!May 8, 2014 at 3:41 am
Graffiti in Seattle is now a much bigger problem than it was in the past. The "rule" confining it largely to dead or dormant places is no longer in play. I think we need to create spaces where it is tolerated or even encouraged, especially for those folks who have real artistic skill. Would not completely solve problem, most likely, but maybe could help. Testosterone Propionate Forum Prohibition is clearly not working and is expensive. Need to try something new. Is anything innovative happening? If not, City of Seattle and arts foundations maybe could fund some initiatives.
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May 8, 2014 at 1:14 pm
It true that there are some artistically talented people who use buildings as their canvas (not that I approving of that, mind you, just Tren 75 Stack acknowledging that there is artistic talent among some) but unfortunately a lot of what has come to plague the area is tagging and vandalism, not anything remotely akin to art. As I understand it the whole point of those activities is to make your mark all over the place, so that would mean it wouldn be restricted to the approved creative spaces, I would think.
Word of advice to small business owners renovating commercial property in this area. Vandals will spray your property the moment it is apparent that construction or improvement is underway and at a time when they will likely go unnoticed. My personal experience shows that prep, priming and re painting a vandalized structure, say, 20 wide by 10 high will set you back a weekend worth of work. "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" Be prepared because it is sadly certain to occur.