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Ten Steps to a Graffiti-free City 7/23/12

July 23, 2012
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            First, however, let me identify the primary target market for most of the information in this book: city employees.  We will spend most of our efforts explaining how cities should organize themselves and carry out the plans that are described herein. Some of the information does focus on county agencies – especially in regard to the consequences graffiti vandals must face when they are caught.  These groups include judges, adult and juvenile probation departments, and the offices of district attorneys.


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Ten Steps to a Graffiti-free City 7/21/12

July 21, 2012
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            How do you know that is worth your time to read this book?  How do you know that the information (if followed) will lead to what I promise you – graffiti being substantially reduced in your area?  Well…the best way to answer these questions is to give you some background of what has happened in a few cities that have employed the systems and strategies that I’ve spelled out for you in this book.


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