NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – There’s no snow yet in the New York area and Thanksgiving is still two weeks away, but at least one family in Brooklyn is ready for Christmas!
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They won’t be alone for long, as the Brooklyn neighborhood has become nationally famous for their over-the-top Christmas decorating.READ MORE: Internal Review Clears New Rochelle Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Man Fleeing Traffic Stop
Every year, the community puts on a spectacular holiday display that draws visitors from across the Tri-state.Better Business Bureau, AARP Warn Seniors About COVID Vaccine Scams
This year, New York City has already started preparing for the mad rush to Brooklyn by banning food trucks – taking advantage of all the Christmas visitors – from blocking up spots in the residential area.