Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Developer and Metro Quickly Respond To Neighbors' Calls To Remove Gang-Related Graffiti

Just a little less than two weeks after gang bangers vandalized private and public properties, a large portion of the graffiti has been removed from developing properties (here's a before photo) and public signs (another before photo). The response was due in large part to quick phone calls on the part of members of Salemtown Neighbors to various parties responsible for repairing vandalism. However, the developers deserve credit for not dragging their feet and Metro Public Works deserves a doff of the cap for responding to residents' phone calls without delay. From the looks of the traffic signs, they seem to have been completely replaced.

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