The Chamber joined Supervisor London Breed, City Attorney Dennis Herrera and other civic leaders Wednesday to rally against graffiti and the problems it poses for local businesses. Graffiti costs taxpayers nearly $20 million per year, and Supervisor London Breed introduced legislation to overhaul the city’s graffiti policies, which currently penalize the victims rather than the vandals. “Graffiti is particularly harmful to local business and property owners that strive to maintain clean storefronts and whom are required to remove graffiti within 30 days or face fines,” said Chamber Public Policy Director and San Francisco Graffiti Advisory Board Member Dee Dee Workman. Read more. Click here to dialogue and engage with the Chamber on this issue.