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Graffiti mars a wall on a downtown Phoenix building. (Cronkite News Service Photo by Kirsten Kraklio)

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To Dave Nash, Yuma's public affairs coordinator, keeping the city free of graffiti is important for maintaining the quality of life and appealing to those who may want to do business there.


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