Sarah Centonze, Michelle Maxwell and husband Greg Sullivan this week grew tired of seeing a certain display of graffiti on Duval Street, so they took it upon themselves to get rid of it.

Sullivan manages Waste Management in Key West, and the company donates recycled paint to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, where Maxwell works, for just this purpose.

When people discard paint, Waste Management keeps it out of landfills and donates it to local residents for graffiti removal and other projects.

The sheriff’s office keeps 10 gallons of paint at every substation for graffiti clean-ups.

“I love to see outstanding residents take pride in their neighborhood,” said Sheriff Rick Ramsay. “Michelle, Greg and Sarah got out there and worked to be a part of the solution by making their community cleaner and safer. Great job!”

Greg Sullivan, Michelle Maxwell and Sara Centonze were tired of seeing graffiti on Duval Street and used donated paint from Waste Management to cover it. CONTRIBUTED

If you would like to have the Weekly delivered to your mailbox or inbox along with our daily news blast, please subscribe here.