Pacific Pressure Washing Removes Graffiti on the Springwater Trail

We just got a nice mention in “Art Notes,” which is a publication by the Regional Arts & Culture Council for the Portland Metropolitan area.

“The RACC Public Art maintenance team is responsible for removing graffiti on all the public art works we oversee for the City of Portland and Multnomah County—typically responding to incidents in the downtown core within 24 hours. Sometimes, however, the nature of the job requires a dedicated professional. Such was recently the case for a work by Linda Wysong on Portland’s Springwater Trail. Faced with stubborn tags and a lack of water or power at the site, we called on Scott Posey of Pacific Pressure Washing (PPW) who arrived at the location with a self-contained hot pressure washing rig. RACC has worked with PPW on difficult graffiti before and Scott often volunteers his services in the name of Public Art. Thanks Scott!”

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