HOLCOMB, Kan. -

Holcomb police and city commissioners are working on an ordinance to cut down on pushy door-to-door sales people.

Holcomb officers say that they've received more than 20 complaints from people who say the sales people are pushy and making them feel uncomfortable. Police say many of them are selling books or alarm systems.

The ordinance will require permits for door-to-door selling. Joshua Tipton with the Holcomb Police Department says this could help cut down on scams, and people who are not selling legitimate products.

The proposal will require sellers to pay $150, fill out an application and have a background check.