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The Downey Beat, December 20th, 2011
City seeing slight uptick in graffiti
DOWNEY – If you thought you were seeing a little more graffiti lately, your hunch was right.
The amount of graffiti in town has gradually increased since September, according to city statistics.
Cleaners remove graffiti at the site of an Occupy Oakland protest. (Photo Credit: Paul Sakuma / Associated Press)
Los Angeles Times, November 4th, 2011
Occupy Oakland debated at public forum
That situation was in full display around the Civic Center area as city workers boarded up shattered store windows and scrubbed away graffiti. Meanwhile, Occupy Oakland activists struggled to distance their movement from the vandals they said were intent on co-opting its message.
Sign Builder Illustrated, May 24th, 2011
The Art of Graffiti Removal
Graffiti removal is treated like a menial job, and it's not, says Adam Kopcho, director of Urban Restoration Group, U.S., Inc., in Glendale, California. "In the end, you're cleaning and restoring people's property without showing evidence you've been through."
Officers used the graffiti removal product, from Graffiti Removal, Inc., to clean up local playground in the Hume Springs community. (Photo Credit: The Police Beat)
The Police Beat, Winter 2011
Officers Strive to Reduce Graffiti Throughout Alexandria
While patrolling their beat, Officers Nicholas Ruggiero and Matthew Kramarik noticed that graffiti was all too common among the traffic signs and playgrounds in the Hume Springs community. They submitted a request to have the graffiti removed through the City's Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities.
Lawndale Volunteer uses Graffiti Safewipes to wipe away nuisance graffiti (Photo Credit: Chuck Bennett)
The Daily Breeze, October 30th, 2010
Lawndale works to wipe out graffiti using Graffiti Safewipes
On Friday, about 20 parents gathered to scour the neighborhood surrounding Green Elementary School for graffiti, using city-supplied "safewipes" - a nontoxic, biodegradable towel made of citrus oils - to remove any sign of the vandalism.
CBS47.TV, May 27th, 2010
New Product Wipes Graffiti Away
"Graffiti Safewipes" are a new, inexpensive solution to erasing the graffiti problem around town. Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin recognized the makers of the product during her State of the City Address Thursday. "They're yours to take home. you can keep them in your car, and when you see graffiti on public property, like I did yesterday at Mariposa and H street. You can go ahead and get out and clean it up," said Swearengin. The mayor hopes residents take this small step to keep the city looking clean.
KMPH-TV, April 24th, 2010
Generation Green Day
On April 24th, the citizens of Fresno were brought together to help clean up their city. Picking up trash, building new dirt paths and graffiti removal were all on the agenda. The Graffiti 'Safewipes' Handy 6 Packs were the ideal choice for the sponsors of this event to hand out to volunteers.
Telegraph Journal, April 14th, 2009
SAINT JOHN - While trying to put an end to the graffiti that marks many buildings in the south end is akin to pushing a rock uphill, officials are always trying to find a better way to remove the scribblings and drawings.
Ryan Faretta, who works for the city's graffiti removal team, uses a pressure washer to remove tags from a wall on Whites Canyon Road in Canyon Country last May. Less than 15 minutes was needed to remove the grafitti. (Photo Credit: Karen Elowitt/Signal Staff)
The Signal, September 6th, 2008
Anti-graffiti squad hits back: City team washes away tags
It's 9 o'clock in the morning and it's already a blistering 90 degrees out, but Ryan Faretta and Julian Woodard are hard at work out on the streets of Canyon Country.
Sweating it out under the blazing sun with their pressure washers and vacuums, they don't miss a single spot as they expertly scrape, wipe and flush away all signs of graffiti from a wall, a sidewalk and a palm tree trunk along Whites Canyon Road.