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UNIT: 2019 included nearly 12,000 service requests, quality of life complaints

In the last month of the year, the Danbury Unified Neighborhood Inspection Team received 60 quality of life issue complaints.  The top issues addressed in December were abandoned or unregistered vehicles and illegal dumping.  There were also a dozen blight issues and a handful of complaints about parking violations.  Overall for 2019, UNIT responded to nearly 12,000 service requests and complaints.  The department also coordinated and managed projects associated with housing inspections, community service work, graffiti removal, parking enforcement, and inspections.  For the year, UNIT reported 41-percent of the complaints were vehicle violations.  That was followed by 26-percent being litter complaints.  12-percent of service calls were about unsafe living conditions.  7-percent of the UNIT's time was spent on blight warnings and orders.  The balance was Miscellaneous quality of life issues.

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