For two months, citizen tries, fails to get action on graffiti

KHOU-11's Rucks Russell reports on a familiar problem:

Steve Mueller anticipated construction of the new Highway 90 could bring some traffic headaches to the area.

What the leader of the Songwood Civic Associationís Civilian Patrol never imagined was graffiti. ďIíve reported this to TxDOT. Iíve emailed pictures to the mayorís anti-gang office and also reported it to neighborhood protection.Ē

He has gotten, what he calls, the run-around for the last two months.

A spokesperson for TxDOT said it is the contractorís responsibility to get rid of the graffiti, not the stateís.

Mueller feels that everyone heís contacted is passing the buck and possibly danger to residents.

Government bureaucrats passing the buck? Surely not!

Posted by Kevin Whited @ 01/26/08 03:21 PM | Print |

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