November 25, 2020

Mississippi neighbors ask city to shut down family's Christmas light display 

Some Madison residents have had enough of a neighborhood home Christmas display that appears to get bigger and more popular each year.
According to the Madison County Journal, the Madison Board of Aldermen is considering a request from residents to shut down the display due to complaints about excessive noise and traffic from people who visit during the holidays.
The display, which debuted nearly 20 years ago at the home of Carol and Mike Richardson, features more than “100,000 LED lights, inflatables, and wire-framed decorations,” the Journal reports.
“It’s grown so big that we subject to you that it’s now an annoyance, a nuisance in our neighborhood,” local attorney Eddy Edwards told the board. “Now it’s billed publicly as a public attraction.”

 
Read the full story: Sundial residents say neighbors’s annual Christmas light show a nuisance – Madison County Journal – Madison County Mississippi