Cynthiana’s city commissioners voted to move Trick or Treat back to Friday, Oct. 31, after having set a new date for Nov. 1 last week.
Commissioner Bill Doan said the front office at City Hall had received 42 calls after the commission’s decision to set Trick or Treat for Saturday, Nov. 1.
Doan went on to move for the change back to Oct. 31 after Mayor Jim Brown declined to make a motion.
“The decision was made a couple of years ago to keep it on Oct. 31 and I believe there was wisdom behind that decision,” said Doan.
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