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The city council finds that graffiti on public and private buildings, structures, and on personal property, including motor vehicles, creates a condition of blight within the city that can result in the deterioration of property values, business opportunities, and enjoyment of life for persons using adjacent and surrounding properties. The city council further finds that the presence of graffiti is an expensive form of vandalism. It is inconsistent with the city’s goals of maintaining property values, preventing crime, and preserving aesthetic standards. (Ord. 006/2007 § 1)