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Some Albury Youth Councillors have been scrubbing graffiti and they want to hear your thoughts | The Border Mail

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Members from the Albury Youth Council donated an hour of school holiday time yesterday to remove graffiti and raise awareness to encourage community members to contribute their thoughts on the issue. Youth Mayor Eli Davern said he wanted Albury to look beautiful. “Tagging is a really unattractive aspect to our city and if it means we’ve got to come out here on a Wednesday afternoon to clean it up, well then we’re willing to do that,” he said. Albury City Council’s Dianne Small said graffiti is an ongoing issue that affects every council area. She said that over the last 10 years $1 million has been spent on graffiti removal, but it was a relatively low cost for council. IN OTHER NEWS: The council is in the process of…



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