WEST JORDAN — Teenagers who may want to buy broad-tip markers or spray paint for a school project may have to go to another city to do so.
West Jordan city officials are considering a proposed graffiti ordinance that would prohibit businesses from selling to minors such materials that are frequently used to vandalize public property.
The Planning Commission recently approved the ban in an effort to address the growing graffiti problem in the city. The City Council, however, has the final say and opted to table the issue indefinitely Wednesday night.
GUEST ALERT: WJ City Manager Rick Davis joins Rod during today's show to discuss the proposed ban on spray paint..
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