The reasons are varied but the bottom line is that there might be fewer solicitors knocking on doors in several northern Bullitt County communities.
And it poses an interesting dilemma for people who make a practice of soliciting door-to-door.
The cities of Hillview, Hebron Estates and Fox Chase are in the midst of passing ordinances that would place some stiff standards on for-profit operations that like to knock on doors.
The school groups, the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and other non-profit groups will be OK.
Others may not be so lucky.
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