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early Saturday morning. Everett Turnpike near Exit 6 in Nashua to cover up years of graffiti on the structure. Organized by Victor Rodriguez, a city resident who can see the vandalism from his King Street property, he was joined by his girlfriend, Mercedes Ana Cabiera, co worker Jon Coronis, Fed Ex delivery driver Joe Barlow, resident Rose Pitarys and her 8 year old Vintage Lv Backpack
"In Rome, I was horrified. It looked dirty; it was all the graffiti," she said. "I know the kids that do it think it's art. I guess I'm not a big graffiti fan."
The lack of respect was evident on and around the bridge.
Next on his list is covering up graffiti near the Nashua Public Library. He has been working closely with the city's development director, Kathy Hersh, who is working on getting a permit for him to clean up around the library, he said. Once the permit is approved, Rodriguez will welcome anyone who wants to help him with his cleanup efforts.
Someone had smashed a Mike's Hard Lemonade bottle on the walkway, scattering broken glass everywhere, with shards lying in the middle of their workspace. There were crushed beer cans tossed on the cement, along with other pieces of garbage. On the other side of the wall where the train tracks run through, rusted spray paint cans, along with recently depleted ones, were strewn throughout the small spaces between the tracks and the bridge walls.
"Oh, by gosh, by golly, I want to help with that," she recalled saying when she first learned of the project.
"You see it all the time; you never think about painting it," Barlow said, noting that he has become friends with Rodriguez and Coronis from delivering to their work. When Rodriguez told him about the painting project, he said he would help. Coronis explained that the thick, metallic paint which was donated by the Nashua Wallpaper and Paint Company, along with the rest of the supplies went on far easier than thinner latex paints used for the inside of Louis Vuitton Crossbody Celebrity houses and buildings.
Lizzie agreed with her grandmother, who was in the process of covering up the "C" in "Celtics" that spanned across several panels of the bridge. She then handed Lizzie the roller and showed her how to apply paint to the metal wall. Pitarys said she Louis Vuitton Backpack Men Black
Everett Turnpike, near Exit 6. A small group of volunteers, led by Nashua resident Victor Rodriguez, gathered Saturday, July 21, 2012, to help beautify the Gate City by painting over the vandalism. The group of six were able to paint over the outside wall of the bridge that faces the turnpike. Pictured above is the inside portion of the bridge where the train runs. Nashua Wallpaper and Paint Company donated the supplies for the project. Everett Turnpike, near Exit 6. A small group of volunteers, led by Nashua resident Victor Rodriguez, gathered Saturday, July 21, 2012, to help beautify the Gate City by painting over the vandalism. The group of six were able to paint over the outside wall of the bridge that faces the turnpike. Pictured above is the inside portion of the bridge where the train runs. Nashua Wallpaper and Paint Company donated the supplies for the project.
granddaughter Elizabeth Demers.
Pitarys spoke of when she traveled to Europe and how the graffiti in Italy was worse than anything she had ever seen in Nashua.
She told Lizzie of the importance of respecting public and other people's property as she continued painting the structure.
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Rodriguez had previously mentioned wanting to continue conducting beautification projects throughout the Gate City.
Pitarys believes in Rodriguez's slogan, "Keep Nashua beautiful," which is the motto he is using for his beautification projects. She also thinks that all residents should take turns pitching in and helping keep their cities and town clean.
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"(She) gets to learn what community service is, because it matters. Doesn't it, Lizzie?" Pitarys asked.
lives down the street from the bridge and was thrilled when she read that Rodriguez was planning on cleaning up the structure.
"If we all started caring again in a good way, our society shouldn't be in such bad shape," she said.
Pitarys opened up a can of the paint, stirred it and poured some into a tray. Barlow and Coronis hooked her up with a roller and paintbrush. As she covered the roller in paint, she explained that her granddaughter, who's nicknamed Lizzie, had spent the night and therefore joined her in her effort to help clean up her hometown.
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