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  1. You are correct gclass, I mean how safe can a "homemade" structure be? Especially one that can be dismantled and reassembled every year.

    By the way, there weren't any fines issued by the town of Highland for either haunted house. Why doesn't everybody quit whining and the haunted house proprietors go and file the required documents and build your structure to code.
    October 27, 2012 6:29 pm on Highland puts brakes on haunted house
  2. Wheatley1005 - the town must not have read the paper 2 years ago or the article from 2 years ago must not have mentioned it was opened to the public. Did you ever consider what the consequences would be if someone was hurt while going through the haunted house.
    Whatsfair - we are talking about an unsafe building that can cause potential danger to the public. the young mans grades and school attendance are irrelevant. This is not a personal attack on a sick boy who's gone through a lot in the past few years. This is a public duty to keep the residents safe. Those are the facts. It’s just that simple.
    October 25, 2012 2:39 pm on Highland puts brakes on haunted house
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