Graffiti has been spray painted on one of the blue garage doors of the former Chevrolet dealership building, 15600 Los Gatos Blvd.
The large tag was done with white paint and it's accompanied by two smaller tags done with black paint in the same style of lettering. The smaller markings were left on the dealership's beige brick wall and on an electrical yellow box at the intersection of Los Gatos Boulevard and Los Gatos-Almaden Road, facing
Los Gatos resident Leslie Alexander emailed us to report this vandalism. She lamented the growing increase of graffiti in town and praised our weekly feature for highlighting the problem, which helps with clean-up and awareness, she said.
"It was troubling to discover this act of vandalism across from a thriving shopping center on Los Gatos Boulevard. These vacant buildings are a magnet for those who loiter and destroy property. Such an eyesore in an otherwise beautiful and inviting town," she wrote in an email to Los Gatos Patch.
LOCATION: South-facing wall of former Chevrolet dealership, 15600 Los Gatos Blvd.
PROBLEM: Graffiti has been spray-painted on one of the blue garage doors of the vacant property.
RESPONSIBLE PARTY: A sign outside the property lists CBRE, or CB Richard Ellis as the contact for those interested in leasing or buying the property. It also lists Michael E. Filice, who is senior vice president with CBRE, 408-453-7400.
DATE REPORTED: July 6
DAYS ON WATCH: 5