Rabbit Lake trail in Kenora was the victim of recent vandalism and graffiti. Tracey Wyder with the city was tasked with the clean up.
"We try to do nice things to attract, not only local community people to come out and enjoy the outdoors, but the tourists as well. And here I am spending most of my morning having to clean up a mess of graffiti," she said.
She explained that she has other jobs she has to get to in the day, and cleaning graffiti is very time consuming.
"It's a waste of taxpayer money, it's a waste of my time, and it's discouraging," she said.
Wyder says she's out cleaning up similar graffiti multiple times a week, often in the same location.
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