Update: 4:05 p.m. Sept. 2
The Key West City Commission deadlocked 3-3 at its Tuesday evening meeting on the question of whether to recommend that local trick-or-treaters wait till Nov. 1. So local parents and kids are free to go ahead with their traditional walks for candy, even as the partying carries on downtown.
Trick-or-treating or partying? It's a tough choice for Key West.
That's especially true this year, when the city's biggest annual party, Fantasy Fest, lands on Halloween.