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DPW to Hold Online Chat to Discuss Graffiti Today

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  • Lyons, Nancee (DPW)
    Dear Residents, Have you seen more instances of graffiti around the District of Columbia or in your neighborhood? Has your home ever been tagged with graffiti?
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 30, 2011

      Dear Residents,

       

      Have you seen more instances of graffiti around the District of Columbia or in your neighborhood?

       

      Has your home ever been tagged with graffiti?

       

      Are you familiar with DPW’s free graffiti abatement program and other initiatives to help property owners clean graffiti?

       

      Are you a business that gets repeatedly tagged with graffiti and looking for a way to end the cycle of vandalism?

       

      Get answers to these questions and more by tuning into the Department of Public Works (DPW) Street and Alley Cleaning Division live, online chat discussion on Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at 12:00 pm. During the chat session, residents also will have a chance to submit, to DPW’s graffiti abatement team, the address of locations that have been spray painted with illegal graffiti. Residents can join or follow the discussion at dpw.dc.gov/livechat once the chat session begins. 

       

      WHAT:       DPW Live, One-Hour Chat to discuss Graffiti in the District

       

      WHEN:       Wednesday, March 30, 2011, 12:00-1:00 pm

       

      WHERE:    dpw.dc.gov/livechat

       

      This will be the 11th in a series of monthly online chats with DPW Director William O. Howland, Jr., and other DPW officials. Next month’s online chat will Household Hazardous Waste and Recycling.

       

       

      Nancee Lyons

      Public Affairs Specialist

      Department of Public Works

      2000 14th Street, NW, 6th Floor

      Washington, DC 20009

      671-2637 (desk),671-0642 (fax) 369-6808 (cell)

      nancee.lyons@...

       

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