FRANKLIN, Ky. (WBKO) -- Several neighborhoods and cities decided to officially delay their outdoor trick or treating. One of those cities was Franklin, but some of the trick or treaters, and parents there say they didn't mind the wait.
"It wasn't a big deal. I mean, the safety of the kids is the main thing. The city looks out for that, and the police department and everything really took into account the weather situation, so waiting until the next day so waiting until the next day to make sure the kids are okay is fine," said trick or treating parent Kevin Meadows.
"I don't really care. As long as I get candy, I'm fine," said Meadows' son.
Cities like Glasgow and Russellville also chose to postpone their trick or treating until tonight, and Taylor County will have their trick or treating Saturday night.
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