July 1 marks the start of the 123 Graffiti Free cleanup initiative, and in anticipation of the date, the City of Asheville will host a Question and Answer session on Facebook this Friday, June 27, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Cathy Ball, the city’s Executive Director of Planning and Multimodal Transportation, will be on hand to answer questions related to the city’s new graffiti policy and to the coming 90-day cleanup assistance program. The online conversation will also address what happens next as we transition as a community into a graffiti-free city.
“We know that residents and business owners alike have questions about how this program works, and a lot of those questions show up in online conversations,” Ball said. “So this seems like a perfect opportunity to get clear information out there.”
See the city’s updated graffiti policy and 123 Graffiti Free campaign announcements here.
The time of the Q&A was picked in hopes that as many businesses and residents as possible could participate, and to steer clear of the lunch and dinner rushes experienced by Asheville’s many restaurateurs, so join in the conversation this Friday at facebook.com/cityofasheville between 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Look for the Q&A post, and post your questions in the comments section.