Happy Halloween – How to Best Handle Over the Top Halloween Displays

I love Halloween! It is one of my favorite holidays of the year. It’s only October 18th and I have already placed colored lights outside and have decorated our front door with a banner, scary door hanger with noises, a skeleton, pumpkins and a black cat. My children (ages 8 and 9) love all the decorations and, hopefully, so do our neighbors (LOL)!    However, sometimes our firm receives calls from clients regarding help on enforcement of “over the top” Halloween displays. For example, the kind of displays that are visually unappealing, make noise 24 hours a day and disturb even “Halloween-friendly” residents.     Read the article…………


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