Last year an owner in a community association created a synchronized light show on their home for Halloween. The video went viral and so did the visits to the home to see the light show live. It was estimated that the display drew in thousands of people each night. With that came trash, cars blocking driveways, and lawns and flowerbeds being trampled. So instead of a knee jerk reaction last year the association took its time, developed comprehensive holiday display rules and as a result there will be no more LMFAO light shows in this community. With the holidays upon us, it may be a good time to revisit your holiday display rules to make sure they are detailed, reasonable and enforceable. For more information on drafting enforceable rules read our article on the topic and don’t forget to have your rules reviewed by counsel before you try to enforce them.