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April 2, 1993 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tarzana real estate agents Dori Marler and Matthew Mealey wanted to get a few neighbors together last month to talk about how to combat the multicolored scourge of graffiti "tags" along Ventura Boulevard. They were shocked when more than 200 people showed up, some angry, some fearful and desperate for assurance that there was a solution to the graffiti explosion in affluent areas of the southwestern San Fernando Valley.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 2, 1993 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tarzana real estate agents Dori Marler and Matthew Mealey wanted to get a few neighbors together last month to talk about how to combat the multicolored scourge of graffiti "tags" along Ventura Boulevard. They were shocked when more than 200 people showed up, some angry, some fearful and desperate for assurance that there was a solution to the graffiti explosion in affluent areas of the southwestern San Fernando Valley.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 14, 1993
The Community Tagger Task Force is one of the best examples of citizen initiative against the costly scourge of graffiti vandalism. This San Fernando Valley-based group counts some 300 residents as active members. They have used privately raised funds to photograph taggers in the act and then pass that information on to the police. We can't think of a better way for residents to help out law enforcement agencies that have too little in the way of manpower and resources to combat the problem.
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