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Issue of October 29, 2014
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print email Source: Editorial: Halloween reset in Lanesville, Milltown, Palmyra
Halloween
October 31, 2013 | 03:13 PM

I don't understand how anyone came up with these ideals thought that trick or treating would be safer. Hayswood with many cars coming and going bringing kids or leaving or the high school having big crowds that excited kids could take off and get lost in. Even in high school with the bad weather when most parking will be a long walk in the weather either from middle school and especially the elementary. Don't think this was thought through very well. With school becoming year round and kids needing learn more in their first years let them still have something that's theirs to enjoy.

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