Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Sat, Sept. 18

County attorney and Meth Task Force continue graffiti fight

Coconino County Attorney David Rozema and the Western Navajo-Hopi Meth Task Force are pleased to announce that their graffiti removal efforts will continue this week with two special events.

On Friday, the Task Force will meet and provide lunch at the Community Center in Moenkopi Village. Everyone in the Village is invited to join the Task Force for this lunch meeting. After the meeting, Task Force members will remove graffiti in the village and then do the same thing in Tuba City, followed by graffiti removal in Cameron.

On Monday, the County Attorney's Office will participate in Red Ribbon events in Kaibeto, starting at 2 p.m. DST. Graffiti removal will also take place that day in Kaibeto. Everyone is invited to participate in these work projects.

"Our Task Force started in April, 2006, and we continue to work hard to bring the drug prevention message to Native communities in the Western District", said County Attorney David Rozema. "Graffiti is vandalism and it harms the heart of the community. We started our graffiti removal efforts two years ago and we are committed to fighting against it. These activities are also a fun way to involve local youth in improving their communities. We hope everyone will join us."

For more information, please contact Tami Suchowiejko at (928) 679-8229 or or visit the County Attorney's web site at

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