Graffiti cleanup campaign launched in Brooklyn

The cleanup campaign includes cleaning all roll down security gates, fences and doors and keeping them graffiti-free through monthly inspections and maintenance. (10/22/13)

BROOKLYN - The private company City Solve is now on call to clean up unwanted graffiti in the borough.

The cleanup campaign includes cleaning all roll down security gates, fences and doors and keeping them graffiti-free through monthly inspections and maintenance.

A hotline has also been set up to report locations that need attention. Organizers hope each reported graffiti site will be visited and cleaned within two weeks.

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The program was launched today by community groups and business leaders in Bay Ridge, Bath Beach, Dyker Heights and Bensonhurst.

The hotline, which will be run through Councilman Vincent Gentile’s office, can be reached by calling 718-748-5200 ext. 201.

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