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Disfigured-doll display draws defenders, detractors

I personally know the homeowner and I must say that you have her all wrong. She is a good mother, volunteers in her daughter's library, goes to church and keeps her daughter active in sports, etc. Please don't judge a book by its cover. She is a very nice person who just happens to like Halloween. At Christmas we can't put mangers in our yards because someone is an atheist, etc. and doesn't believe, now we can't decorate our own yards at Halloween how we choose. Where does it end???!?!?
If you don't like it drive a different way to work/school. It is her right to decorate how she chooses. Being a Niles resident, I truly hope that there isn't a "NEW" ordinance or rule created just because of this and we have to watch "HOW" we decorate! Mayor Infante should not have to spend his time worrying about this when there are greater "EVIL" to deal with in the city of Niles.

October 21, 2010 at 9:09 a.m. suggest removal

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