Graffiti removal expanded to flood channels

LOS ANGELES - A proposal to expand the county's graffiti removal services to include an additional 29 flood control channels, reaches and debris basins was approved by the L.A. County Board of Supervisors last month.The county granted a $275,000 contract to Woods Maintenance Service for the graffiti removal services, said supervisor Michael Antonovich. "To enhance the county's zero tolerance graffiti policy, this vital graffiti abatement service will assist in curtailing gang activities, protecting our neighborhoods and improving the quality of life in our county communities," he said.

********** Published: March 10, 2011 - Volume 9 - Issue 47