Composite shows two graffiti-covered box trucks.
The eyesore trucks have rarely moved from their Upper East Side parking spots for more than a decade, instead serving as rent-free storage | Upper East Site

Graffiti-Covered Box Trucks Become Permanent Blights on East 86th Street 

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For more than a decade, two graffiti-covered box trucks standing more than ten feet tall have been stationed on the Upper East Side — becoming a permanent blight on a busy block, creating a shadowy alleyway along the sidewalk of East 86th
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Photo shows a high rise tower under construction.

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