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NJ Town Considers ‘No Knock’ Policy To End Unwanted Solicitations

NJ Town Considers ‘No Knock’ Policy To End Unwanted Solicitations A New Jersey town is mulling over instating a ‘no-knock’ policy to stop solicitors from knocking on residents’ doors.

Washington Township’s town council addressed the idea of the ‘no-knock’ list at a meeting Wednesday night.

According to officials, if voted in residents will have the opportunity to register their address on a list that prevents solicitors from knocking on their door to sell goods and services.

A sticker will be supplied to those who register for their list, which will mark their homes as ‘no-knock’ zones.

The city council is expected to vote on it in September.

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Author: https://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2018/08/22/new-jersey-town-considers-no-knock-policy-to-end-unwanted-solicitations/

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