HUDDERSFIELD people are coming up with new ideas on how to solve the town's graffiti problem.
Examiner readers have been sending in their suggestions about litter and graffiti since we launched our Clean Up The Town campaign.
Many said litter was a widespread problem and should be tackled by Kirklees Council and the public.
And some people said the answer to the town's graffiti problem could be to set up special areas for it, suggesting it could be treated as an art form.
Phil, from Marsden, posted a message on the Examiner website about graffiti in the subway at Spring Grove.
He said it was very artistic - but in a public place many saw it as defacing the area.
"The tree frog in the subway down from Spring Grove is superb," he said. "What a shame the artist did not paint it on a sheet of ply wood, so it could be displayed outside the art gallery."
An anonymous Huddersfield visitor to the website - who described himself as a youth of today - said graffiti was considered an art by those who drew it.
"But if you supplied legal walls, such as subways, for the youth to express their talent, there wouldn't be any effortless scribbles, only attractive art work that would be respected by the community," he said.
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