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Richmond residents dig into Greenway and MLK celebration

  Desi W.O.M.E., of Community Rejuvenation Project, center, helps paint the face of one of the first urban farmers of Richmond. “We’re working more with the community to create something that’s beautiful and powerful and that involves community,” W.O.M.E. said of their two-block mural. (Photo by: Tyler Orsburn) By Tyler Orsburn for Richmond Confidential January 22, 2013 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would have been proud of Richmond Monday. Mother Nature would have been thrilled, too, as more than 400…

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Proposed graffiti ordinance seeks harsher punishment for vandalism

By Charles Berkowitz in Oakland North, November 12, 2012 11:53 am This month, the city council’s Public Works Committee will consider a new graffiti ordinance, which aims to bolster Oakland’s current vandalism laws by inflicting harsher penalties on offenders and offering support for property owners frequently targeted by graffiti writers. The “Graffiti Enforcement Program” proposed by City Attorney Barbara Parker and District 3 representative Nancy Nadel, would enhance a section of the city’s municipal code which presently only addresses graffiti…

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