In a small town of New Jersey, a family has been notified that they must pay $2,000 a day, in order to continue decorating their home as a major "light show" attraction during the Christmas holiday. The fine was given to find security to accommodate the traffic being drawn to their particular neighborhood. The family is use to having many citizens drive by their home to view their display of lights. As much as it is causing traffic, it is also causing some major concerns for neighbors and city officials. The family has made this a tradition now for 15 years and are use to the attention. The couple have been told if they don't agree with paying the fee, they will be forced to shut down.
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