Why does it take two signatures from separate households to sign a Noisy Dog complaint when they can be from the same household for other complaints?
Because a barking dog complaint is a relatively easy way for discontented neighbors to "retaliate" against one another, having two separate households willing to sign a complaint and potentially testify gives more credibility to the problem.

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1. Why does it take two signatures from separate households to sign a Noisy Dog complaint when they can be from the same household for other complaints?