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  Posted on: Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Discounted paint to cover graffiti
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Tuesday, July 12 - 3:21 PM

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Local Businesses Offering Discounts

With the burden of costs involved in battling graffiti in mind, the Spokane Police Department along with all area Miller Paint, Columbia Paint and Sherwin Williams Paint stores have partnered to offer a discount program for residential property victims.

All three companies are offering up to a 35% discount on selected paint products to those residential citizens who present them with the 10 day notice to remove graffiti from their property. The discount is only valid 10 days from the date of the notice.

Graffiti is a public nuisance and destructive to the rights and values of property owners as well as the entire community. Spokane citizens spend thousands of combating graffiti from their property annually.

The Spokane Police Department's graffiti abatement program works with concerned neighbors, business owners and C.O.P.S. to report, identify and remove graffiti from private and public spaces.

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