Washington State Department of Transportation employees Stan Hanson, Maintainence Lead Tech, left, and Dale McClellan, Maintainence Tech 2, cover up graffitti Monday morning, January 25, 2011 that was spraypainted the night before on the southbound Interstate 5 soundwall just north of the Lakeway exit. "When graffitti happens we want to cover it up as soon as possible, especially if there's profanity," said Hanson.
Washington State Department of Transportation employees Stan Hanson, Maintainence Lead Tech, left, and Dale McClellan, Maintainence Tech 2, cover up graffitti Monday morning, January 25, 2011 that was spraypainted the night before on the southbound Interstate 5 soundwall just north of the Lakeway exit. "When graffitti happens we want to cover it up as soon as possible, especially if there's profanity," said Hanson. BELLINGHAM HERALD
Washington State Department of Transportation employees Stan Hanson, Maintainence Lead Tech, left, and Dale McClellan, Maintainence Tech 2, cover up graffitti Monday morning, January 25, 2011 that was spraypainted the night before on the southbound Interstate 5 soundwall just north of the Lakeway exit. "When graffitti happens we want to cover it up as soon as possible, especially if there's profanity," said Hanson. BELLINGHAM HERALD

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