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The Shelbyville City Council jumped right into the New Year with a new ordinance at Thursday’s first meeting, passing on first reading a measure to update and amend the requirements to obtain a solicitation license in the city.
The ordinance makes it more costly and provides more safeguards for residents from those companies that sell door-to-door. It does not pertain to non-profits going door-to-door, such as Girl Scouts selling cookies, but does address permits for non-profits standing at intersections.
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