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Confronting graffiti problem Scotia mayor’s top priority in 2013

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Removing graffiti from a railroad bridge and installing new water meters are among Scotia’s priorities for 2013. Scotia Mayor Kris Kastberg told the Board of Trustees this month that he would like finally to resolve an ongoing issue with graffiti on the railroad bridge over Route 50. Kastberg said the problem first started about seven years ago when a recent high school graduate died and other youths tagged the bridge with messages such as “love ...

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