By Molly Snyder Senior Writer Published Oct 29, 2006 at 5:34 AM

Years ago, Milwaukee's trick or treating time was always after dark. At some point, the event switched to daylight hours, which might be good for safety, but definitely not ideal for the "spooky" factor. Jack-o-lanterns just don't look as cool in the mid-afternoon.

Hence, many neighborhoods -- from Waukesha to Riverwest -- have coordinated their own nighttime trick or treat schedules. Is this a good idea? Should the City of Milwaukee have after-dark trick or treating?
E-mail us at and if picked, we'll post your response next Sunday. Only submissions that include your full name and where you live will be considered.

Last week's question: Should food delivery be restricted in certain neighborhoods?

Absolutely not. This is discrimination. Where do we draw the line? As the central city expands, do we restrict more and more areas until you can only order a pizza in the suburbs?
Kim Kohn

Yes! It's totally OK to restrict delivery to certain neighborhoods. Obviously, some neighborhoods are just too risky for random, door-to-door delivery.
Matt Smith

My question is: Who in this day and age is still willing to be a delivery person? Seems way too dangerous for the crappy wage.
Erin Winkle

Is it not fair. People spend hundreds of thousands of dollars now to live in some of these "restricted" neighborhoods, and we like ordering Chinese food, too.
Meredith T.
Brewers Hill

Molly Snyder started writing and publishing her work at the age 10, when her community newspaper printed her poem, "The Unicorn.” Since then, she's expanded beyond the subject of mythical creatures and written in many different mediums but, nearest and dearest to her heart, thousands of articles for OnMilwaukee.

Molly is a regular contributor to FOX6 News and numerous radio stations as well as the co-host of "Dandelions: A Podcast For Women.” She's received five Milwaukee Press Club Awards, served as the Pfister Narrator and is the Wisconsin State Fair’s Celebrity Cream Puff Eating Champion of 2019.