Why should I display a sign after I’ve signed up?

Although it is a violation of the local law to solicit or deliver handbills to any residence on the "Do Not Knock" registry, the signs displayed at residences help counter a solicitor's argument that he or she did not have prior notice that the resident did not want to receive information.

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1. Who is prohibited from coming to my door if I join the registry?
2. Who is exempt from the Do Not Knock law?
3. How do peddlers and solicitors know they are not welcome at my home?
4. How will the Do Not Knock law be enforced?
5. What will happen to violators?
6. How can I obtain the sign decal?
7. Are peddlers or solicitors required to register with the Town of New Castle?
8. Are there any restrictions against leaving flyers at the door?
9. Why can’t the Town prohibit all solicitation after dark?
10. Why should I display a sign after I’ve signed up?
11. Are solicitors and peddlers required to carry his/her permit on them while soliciting / peddling?
12. How long is a permit good for?