Why is graffiti removal important to the community?
Graffiti removal is not just a clean up project. It is
indicative of a blight problem and can be indicative of other illegal
activity in the area. Graffiti is not about causing damage but rather
recognition. The graffiti artist or "tagger" makes his/her mark on a
surface in order to get the recognition and admiration of his/her peers.
Only the prompt removal of "tags" has been found to be a successful
means of reducing the number of graffiti incidents in a community.
T.A.G. was formed for the purpose of removing graffiti quickly from
buildings, thus improving the quality of life in our community.