Graffiti-removal companies offer dramatically lower bids
According to the story, bids for graffiti-removal contracts are substantially lower than previous years — in one case a company''s bid dropped from $28,666 to $3,486 per mile, an 88 percent reduction, leading county officials to wonder if previous bids were fair.
Commissioner Steve Sisolak said: "I do have some questions on this one."
However, American Graffiti, the winning bidder of the contract, said the reason for the decline in cost is due to the initial, labor-intensive removal being much more costly than the lighter upkeep required today, the story stated.
Kightlinger said that there are about 1000 instances of graffiti in the