Rotary club completes graffiti removal
The Rotary Club of Woy Woy has completed its graffiti removal project with help from some volunteers.
The Club was joined by 22 students from the Montgrove College, Orchard Hills, in Penrith.
Four teachers and eight Rotarians joined the students to paint over 90 square metres of graffiti. "Situated on the parkland off Camellia Crt, the group took two hours of steady work to cover the
graffiti," said Woy Woy Rotarian Mr John Greenway.
"Those vandals who do this should know that the maximum penalty for intentionally marking any premises or property is $440.
"If the marking is done with spray paint, a marking pen or some device that is designed or modified to make a mark that is not easily removed by washing with soap and water the maximum penalty increases to $2200 and 12 months' imprisonment," he said.
Media release, 24 Nov 2018
John Greenway, Rotary Club of Woy Woy
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