Graffiti engulfed New York in the 1970s, a time when the city teetered on the edge of bankruptcy. There were more pressing issues than graffiti removal then, and the inescapable graffiti (particularly on the subways) was soul-destroying, emblematic of hard times. At present, we're told that the city does not consider graffiti removal an essential service, understandably. We hope it becomes one soon.
They were wrong then and they're wrong now!ReplyDelete