Those of us who live in Boston, or other urban landscapes have grown used to graffiti. To some, the tags are artistic statements, to many, a relentless blight. Removing them can be an expensive headache for property — and business-owners.
Some cities have squads devoted to the challenge. In Cambridge, that burden falls on the shoulders of two men. Correspondent Caleb Daniloff recently joined the duo on one of their shifts.
This program aired on October 25, 2011.