Albany allows teen to resume haunted house fundraiser despite upset neighbors

Friday, October 30, 2015
This image shows a haunted house in Albany, Calif. Oct. 29, put on by a teenager Sam Dubois as a fundraiser for a local food bank.
This image shows a haunted house in Albany, Calif. Oct. 29, 2015 put on by a teenager Sam Dubois as a fundraiser for a local food bank.
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ALBANY, Calif. (KGO) -- The city of Albany will allow teenager Sam Dubois to go ahead and operate his haunted house again this year.

Last night, the city's planning commission rejected a neighbor's effort to shut down the haunted house, which has drawn hundreds of visitors the past two years and raised money for a local food bank.

The haunted house on Peralta Avenue opens Friday night.

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