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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Sean Thomas
Everybody knows springtime in the District means blossoms and baseball. But it also means an increasingly busy schedule for the city's graffiti-removal crews, which have seen a quadrupling of cleanup orders since 2010.
'How did they get up there without a bucket truck?'" he said. "It's an example for the neighborhood that even if you don't own the buildings, it's showing you are in the neighborhood."
"They put their aerosol cans on the car dashboard to stay warm," he said.