INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Indianapolis City-County Council will got another chance to vote on an anti-graffiti amendment.
A few weeks ago, the council sent the proposal back to committee for further review.
Tuesday night, the Rules and Public Policy Committee made some changes and voted to return it to the council.
One amendment requires a system – paint and supplies -- to help people cover graffiti they find on their property. Without such a system in place, the city would not be allowed to impose penalties on property owners.
The committee also delayed the effective date of the proposal. If the council approves the policy, it will start April 1 of next year.
Republican Councillor Bob Lutz proposed additional amendments. They were unsuccessful.
But, he said the proposal going to the council now “is about a thousand percent better than it was when it was introduced.”
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