"A self declared intellectual has constantly been sharing unwanted armchair philosophy by way of graffiti sprayed onto a long fence which is on the top of a hill overlooking the London bound carriageway of the M40. Although these political, cryptic and cynical views have sometimes been the source of amusement, graffiti is unsightly and unattractive and contributes to a fear of crime that is detrimental to communities and individuals...."
If the fence owner wants to take action against this "intellectual", they are quite within their rights to do so, and I daresay a council might have some powers to order its removal, but the language of the newsletter strikes me as bizarre (is it bad to be intellectual?) and exaggerated (are you more afraid of crime?). What do you think?