Please click here to participate in a short survey on your opinion on whether or not the City should enact a NO KNOCK/NO SOLICITATION Registry as other cities have done, that give residents the power to tell those who do door to door solicitation or who leave materials on a property that they may no longer do so.
You might want to check out the other cities who are doing this very successfully: City of Newport Beach, City of Claremont, City of Hillsborough...just to name a few. These three cities refer to the No Knock/No Solicitation Registry as "Crime Prevention" efforts.
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Save Station 18
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