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Last year, the fantastic members of the Citizen’s Anti-Graffiti Brigade, led by Isaac Walker, Chuck Stirk and Mike Ansul, spearheaded an all-volunteer effort to paint the East Penn Railroad Bridge over 141 just outside Greenville, a long-standing community eyesore having been repeatedly defaced by ugly graffiti.  Just the other night, vandals struck again — but within hours, the anti-graffiti crew was on the job, and the senseless graffiti was, voila, gone! Brigade members “have a high degree of confidence that law enforcement will solve this case.”  Thanks for a job well done!

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