Citizens Anti-graffiti Brigades still awaiting OK from DelDOT on new graffiti tool - Community News
Still awaiting the OK on new graffiti tool
By Jesse Chadderdon
Brandywine Hundred, Del. —
It's been more than a month since those fighting in Brandywine Hundred's graffiti wars got a new high-powered weapon to clean surfaces, but the $16,000 machine hasn't made it out of storage yet.
Donated by West Chester-based Farrow Systems USA to three anti-graffiti brigades in Brandywine Hundred and Greenville, the tool is awaiting Delaware Department of Transportation approval.
Councilman Robert Weiner (R-Chatham), who helped establish the brigades in 2007, said DelDOT is concerned about liability should a volunteer be injured using the machine.
It remains in storage at DelDOT's Talley Yard while Weiner awaits a response from DelDOT attorneys.
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