Florida homeowner faces up to $1,000 in fines for early holiday light display

Florida homeowner faces up to $1,000 in fines for early holiday light display


Christmas can apparently come too early.

A Florida homeowner is facing up to $1,000 in fines for putting up his family’s holiday lights up too early – but he has no plans of dimming his seasonal spirit.

Michael Moffa is facing potential penalties of up $100 per day and a max of $1,000 if he doesn’t remove the colorful Christmas lights and blue and white menorah outside his home in Westchase, WFLA reported.

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Moffa’s family hired a company to put up the lights on Nov. 6 – less than a week after Halloween, he told the station.

“That was their only availability, and I can’t climb up on the roof,” he said. “With the holidays and the pandemic, I think the kids wanted

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