City officials may consider a modification to blocking Hillcrest Drive next year for Halloween.
“For some reason this year, only five houses had lights on for Trick or Treaters,” commented Cindy McCracken, the city utility billing clerk.
At its October meeting the Nocona City Council expanded a request to barricade Carolyn Road and Oaklawn Drive for the safety of hundreds of Trick or Treaters and included Hillcrest Drive in the barricade plan.
Mayor Robert Fenoglio suggested adding Hillcrest Drive to the list noting it is a narrow, winding street, without any sidewalks resulting in children and their parents walking in the street.
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