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Commissioner Cleans Up County For “Graffiti Free Nevada Month”

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The Clark County Commission has proclaimed March “Graffiti Free Nevada Month” and will support several neighborhood graffiti cleanups during the next few weeks.

 Commission Chair Susan Brager will be participating in a neighborhood cleanup Saturday morning, March 5, and another cleanup has been scheduled for Saturday, March 12.  The County is supplying cleanup materials and staff support for volunteer groups that will be doing the cleaning. The volunteer groups come from Calvary Chapel, The Crossing Christian Church, Desert Oasis Varsity Football and the Boy Scouts of America.

“Graffiti is a senseless crime that brings down neighborhoods and costs taxpayers millions of dollars every year,” Commission Chair Brager said. “These volunteers are providing a great service to our community.”

In addition to these neighborhood cleanups, the County manages the Southern Nevada Graffiti Hotline at (702) 455-4509, which residents may call to report graffiti.

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