Christmas Classic ‘Candy Cane Lane' in Jeopardy of Going Dark

Homeowners who live in the famous Candy Cane Lane area in Woodland Hills may not be decking the halls this year after some have grown tired of the litter guests leave behind and the noise the decades-long tradition brings.

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Families from near and far cruise through the streets of several Woodland Hills neighborhoods to take a look at the elaborate Christmas decorations and light displays, but some homeowners have threatened to “go dark” to retaliate against what they call disrespectful behavior from some visitors.

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Some homeowners said they feel that visitors have treated their neighborhoods like an amusement park where they expect others to clean up after them. Despite a few residents feeling fed up with the holiday tradition, many neighbors support the yuletide cheer and plan on continuing to show off the cheerful décor.

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