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print email Source: Editorial: Halloween reset in Lanesville, Milltown, Palmyra
Really
October 31, 2013 | 01:21 PM

Common sense tells me to keep my kids at home. It's more about the government just changing trick or treat night, is that such a big deal that it can't be done??? NO it is not so many other communities have chose to do so. I know who I won't be voting for in the next election. Our officials are just to dang stubborn and must not like children to enjoy themselves I guess. I will be staying home and have not bought candy because we are usually out trick or treating and I am sure there will be those who will be crazy enough to drag their kids out. It is more about the principal of the whole situation with the date just being moved one day than anything. What is the big deal???? It is about kids being able to have fun outdoors, door to door, old fashioned trick or treating. But some just have to be party poopers!!!

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