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Posted: Saturday, October 26, 2013 6:00 am

The city of St. Clair actually has an ordinance that deals with Halloween and when local ghosts, goblins and other creatures can go trick-or-treating.

During Monday’s board of aldermen meeting, Mayor Ron Blum was getting ready to dictate when the annual ritual would take place within the city limits when Police Chief Bill Hammack said there already was an ordinance in place that stated the hours.

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