An illegal graffiti strike recently hit Commercial Street / Greenough Lane over the past few days. “It seems like one new ‘artistic piece’ is arriving every other day,” says Andy Finnegan who shares these photos. This, after many graffiti tags were seen in the neighborhood over the summer.

A reminder that residents can report public issues such as graffiti using the Mayor’s 311 system. You can call 311, go to the 311 websitetweet at 311, or download the app.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Doesn’t anyone get this? All Landlords need Cameras to determine who the culprits are, whether it is
    Graffitti, Trash or Dog Crap.

  2. It is all over the No. End. No. Washington St., above the Nail Salon, Endicott St. near Fillippo’s. The same
    wrting. Why? People only get away with what you allow them to get away with. The City is not helping us
    at all. Fines are a Big Joke & no City Cameras in Problem Areas & most of all, NO Enforcement. Trash, Parking Cars on Sidewalks over night, Loud Car Radios blasting at all hours, Snow Removal & Dog crap
    all over our streets. If anyone tells you this is City Living they are full of S – – t

  3. The same graffiti is on Tileston Street – 15 Tileston. It is huge. I sent a picture of it to 311. No response yet. It must have happened over Martin Luther King weekend. Something must be done.

  4. The City is not doing Enough. Where there is a Will there is Always a Way, and if anyone tells you anything
    different, it is B.S.

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