CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) - The City of Charlottesville says vandalism caused by protesters on June 21 is costing the city more than $19,000 in cleanup.
Sunday, a few people spray painted graffiti onto East Market Street in front of the police department. Tuesday evening, the city confirmed it would cost $19,630.78 to clean that up.
Wednesday, the city provided NBC29 with the expense cost breakdown, which includes about $15,000 for milling and paving, and $4400 for in-house labor and supplies.
It comes at a time when the city is facing reduced revenues due to the coronavirus pandemic.