Between now and September 1st, residents of Chesterfield Township, NJ, can expect a call to their homes by township resident Amy Hoyer between 8:30AM and 8:30PM.
Ms. Hoyer will go to each home (approximately 2,000 in total) and ask each homeowner if they have a dog. If they do, she will confirm that it has a license with the township. If it is not, Amy Hoyer, who is getting paid $1,000 dollars to do the canvassing, Ms. Hoyer will talk to dog registrar, Mrs. Angie Napoleon, who will issue a license for the dog.
The township is required to count the number of dogs in the township every 2 years.
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