Union Gap plans to hire worker to clean graffiti

UNION GAP, Wash. -- Union Gap now wants to hire a part-time employee to clean up the problem.

The job has been vacant for months after the city administrator fired the last employee.

One woman says the graffiti puts Union Gap in a bad light.

"Union Gap is where you first come in to go to the mall and all that and it would help with the presentation when people come to visit," Roberta Quinn said.

Union Gap's mayor tells KIMA he plans to bring the job proposal up at the next City Council meeting.