Just like the rest of America, Halloween was scheduled for Oct. 31 in Washington Township.
At first, Mayor Ken Short moved trick-or-treating hours to Saturday, Nov. 3. Then Governor Chris Christie signed an executive order requiring towns to push their festivities to Monday, Nov. 5, and Washington Township followed suit.
But when the time came, roads and walkways were still too unsafe for residents to walk through, and Short moved the festivities again, this time to Saturday, Nov. 10.
As residents remained without power and conditions didn't improve, Halloween became an afterthought for many.
So we're asking you, the residents, if you think trick-or-treating should still be held in town from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday.
Answer in our poll below and leave your thoughts in the comments section. Thanks!