September 26th, 2016

Councillor hits out at rising graffiti levels in Rubery

Councillor hits out at rising graffiti levels in Rubery Councillor hits out at rising graffiti levels in Rubery
Updated: 11:30 am, Apr 15, 2016

RUBERY councillor Peter MacDonald has called for action to be taken since the re-appearance of graffiti along the A38.

He said, after hard work had been done to make the village graffiti free, the issue had reared its ugly head once again.

He added, as well as creating an eye sore, the vandals’ actions had also put their lives and the lives of innocent drivers in danger.

“It is not unusual for vehicles to be going at the maximum speed limit and there could easily be fatalities if this madness continues.”

Bromsgrove District Council’s head of environmental services Guy Revans said: “We have received and investigated this report of graffiti.

“As it’s on private property, we are now contacting the responsible landowner to see what actions may be taken.”

 

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