Renovated N train stations already hit with graffiti

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Many renovated N train stations have already been tarnished less than a year after reopening to the public.

Graffiti has been seen at nearly every Manhattan-bound station with a makeover.

The stations were shut down for about a year and a half for extensive upgrades.

The MTA says it usually removes the graffiti as soon as possible, however, in the case of the renovated N train stations they rely on contractors to take care of it.

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