Stay Off The Naughty List When Planning Holiday Events

The trick-or-treaters have come and gone, and there is an ever-so-slight briskness in the air.  That means the holidays – and all the twinkling lights, festive decorations and parties that come with them – will soon be upon us.  But before you pull out the tinsel and send out those invitations, the best place to start planning your holidays is by checking your community’s policies and guidelines.     Read the article………….


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