Wednesday, July 31, 2013

City says Goodbye Graffiti

#Toronto has acquired the services of a graffiti removal company to reduce street vandalism around the city. The $400k a year contract through the Municipal Licensing and Standards investigations will last up to five years and will remove graffiti on City buildings and infrastructure as well as on private property as a result of municipal investigations. Goodbye Graffiti has also offered a discount on graffiti removal and will remove hate and violence related graffiti free of charge. This program is part of the Clean Toronto Together campaign to keep city streets clean from litter, posters and graffiti.

"Getting rid of graffiti vandalism has been one of my main goals since I was elected," said Mayor Rob Ford. "I am very excited that we have hired Goodbye Graffiti to continue the effort to clean our city and remove this blight from buildings and other properties in our community."

See more graffiti after the jump.

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