is Halloween... And while the City of
Some parents understand that hours would be pushed back because of the storm, but some are concerned for the safety of their children and the amount of kids out for both nights.
Storm had most kids and parents wondering when trick or treating would happen this year...
since the high winds and rain died down significantly...
We wanted to hear your concerns about celebrating Halloween two days...
McGranor is "Not happy at all... Everyone should be the same; I think its
time with the changing of weather patterns that
While Jennifer Wenzel thinks it's positive, saying "It's actually kind of nice for nontraditional families. Instead of losing valuable trick-or-treating time shuffling the kids around now each parent can have their own time. And it does nothing but benefit the kids no matter how you look at it."
Julie Boam agrees, by telling us via face book "I am torn, as I will not
be in town this weekend, but I think it is great that they decided to do it in