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Your Views: Gang graffiti on local businesses is a bigger problem for Gainesville
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I agree that the graffiti on the pavement at Oak at West Academy streets was a bad thing and uncalled for, but the police dept. have obviously forgotten about the gang graffiti that is defacing property all over town.

I have had "BOE" on my building and wall for over a month. I was assured by the police department that the graffiti task force was still in operation and would rush right over and paint over it, but it hasn't happened.

I understand the gangs are marking their territory with these markings. If this is true, then maybe I should send by city tax bill to them.

Hugh Blackstock

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