The Danbury Unified Neighborhood Inspection Team has Clean Start work crew on duty with them every other week to complete various clean up tasks around the city. The program provides homeless people with gift cards for supervised litter collection. UNIT officials told members of the City Council Tuesday night that the crew was instrumental in completing exterior landscaping improvements at the Fire Training Academy on Plumtrees Road, cleaning graffiti off of bridges, signs and walls, cleaning litter and garbage dumped on streets and neighborhoods, and cleaning up a homeless site. There was a tattered tent, old clothes, and garbage found in an area hidden in the woods. UNIT officials say while the clean up might not be noticed by residents, it sends a message to the homeless population that it will not be tolerated.