BOGOTA, N.J. -- Bogota officials are mulling a new no-cash policy for borough departments that accept payments, according to The Record.
Members of the public would not be able to pay for taxes, recreational programming and other items with bills or coins if the policy is enacted, The Record reported.
Borough Administrator Joseph Scarpa said a cashless system would protect workers handling the transactions and minimize the potential for corruption, said The Record.
The policy will be discussed at the March 17 borough council meeting, The Record said.
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