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Tagging and Defacing

 
Diamond Scribes
 
 As if the defacing of the north walls of the Munoz Building and the
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Posted – 04/15/06 2:27pm by Lynn R Slater
 
Munoz Buiding Graffiti
 
Graffiti abatement in Niles is excellent, kudos to all those 
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Posted – 04/15/06 2:13pm by Lynn R Slater
 
Vandalism at Third St Park, dangerious white SUV See all 3 replies
 
Some of you may have noticed the recent vandalism at the Niles Third St Park.  Some idiot decided to do some donuts in the grassy lawn area, destroying much of the nice lawn.
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Posted – 10/29/05 10:19am by Lynn R Slater, updated or replied 10/29/05 10:30am
 
Graffiti along Tiny Tots lot to Shinn Pond
 
A couple of days ago, I saw gang graffiti on the trail leading
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Posted – 10/29/05 10:27am by Lynn R Slater
 
Graffiti on the Alameda Creek Trail See reply
 
To my utter disgust there was also a lot of graffiti on the Alameda Creek Trail between I St. and J St. at the end of last week.  I called the graffiti hotline, but am not sure they can remove it because most of the tagging was done on trees and tree stumps.  Any ideas on how that can be taken off?
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Posted – 10/29/05 10:23am by Lynn R Slater, updated or replied 10/29/05 10:24am
 
Vandalism, center cap stolen
 
We live east of Mission, up against the hills.  I know this might seem trivial, but it is annoying, and  expensive.  Within the last two weeks, a center cap was stolen off of two of our cars parked in front of  our house. (The part in the middle of the wheel)  They were on the side against the sidewalk so obviously someone is sitting down by the car and taking them off.  I filed an on-line report with the police dept.  and  as told they will step up patrols in an area where there is a problem. I guess the only real answer is a prowling doberman with sharp teeth, though...
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Posted – 09/03/05 3:47pm by Lynn R Slater
 
Henkel Building See reply
 
That ugly Henkel Building (and the tagger morons who keep spraypainting on it) isn't helping our cause either! As you enter from that direction, it looks like you're driving into some slum zone in the worst part of the Port of Oakland, rather than into a downtown shopping/dining area. I've been very disappointed that Henkel is moving so slowly to address this problem. I thought they'd care enough about their public image to make some steady progress, but I don't think they give a damn about anything other than preventing damage to their property. How it looks seems to not concern them a whit.
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Posted – 08/23/05 10:17pm by Lynn R Slater, updated or replied 08/23/05 10:18pm
 
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