‘Clean Up Stockton’ App Will Help Residents Report Graffiti Around City
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STOCKTON (CBS13) — The city of Stockton is getting some technological help in its war on graffiti.
A new iPhone app is currently being beta tested that would allow people to report pictures of graffiti, broken glass, or litter around town.
The images would then post to a digital map, allowing nonprofits to work together to clean it up.
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