Dallas renews effort against graffiti
DALLAS (AP) - Dallas officials are renewing they city's effort
against graffiti ahead of the Super Bowl.
City Council member Delia Jasso says, "We're not putting up
with it anymore. "
At a news conference Wednesday, a demonstration was given on how
a machine blasting a mixture of air and baking soda can eliminate
graffiti. The machine is owned by a Dallas company that has donated
its services to the city until the Super Bowl.
Other businesses are pitching in as well, with other donations
including buckets of anti-graffiti coating.
The Dallas Morning News reports that Dallas police say they and
the district attorney's office are working on a way to combine
multiple graffiti cases by one vandal and prosecute the case as a
Information from: The Dallas Morning News,
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