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On The Waterfront ...

Rain thinned out the crowds along the Coeur d'Alene waterfront during the noon hour today, as sports scribe Greg Lee and I made our regular three-mile jaunt. No Toms peeping out of the brush in the "Hobo Jungle" area, just north of Lewis-Clark State College/University of Idaho center, along the trail. But some dim bulb had tagged that section of the trail, in six different places, with white spray-paint, like a mongrel marking his imaginery territory. Some symbols that made no sense to Greg and me -- and a degrading comment re: females. We told two city parks guys working along the City Beach seawall about the tagging. They said it happens all the time -- and that they'd notify the guy in charge of spraying over the tagging.

Question: Has a vandal ever tagged your property?




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