Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Haunted Garden Episode IV: The Community Strikes Back

It's October, which means it's time for another battle in the ongoing war between The Community and The Haunted Garden. For those unfamiliar with the The Haunted Garden, it's a Halloween event which has been held each year since 2010 in the yard of a house at the corner of Worth and Hamilton Avenues in Silver Spring. Since the beginning, The Community has sought to shut down the Garden, claiming that it is a commercial enterprise in disguise that creates traffic and parking headaches throughout the surrounding neighborhood.


This year The Community was prepared, launching a preemptive strike by proxy in the form a restraining order from the County requiring that the event be cancelled immediately. The event is now in limbo until a hearing scheduled for October 15th. Though it affects a fairly small number of households in Silver Spring, this is clearly a divisive issue, as evidenced by the number of comments on this Washington Post story.

As someone who lives fairly close by, I agree that it does bring a lot of cars into the neighborhood, and on a few occasions I have returned home to find all the spots in front of my house occupied. While somewhat annoying, it's only for a few days a year, and to their credit the organizers implemented significantly improved traffic management last year. And while there may or may not be some advertising benefit to the organizers, ultimately it's, you know, for kids. I took my one-year-old last fall, and while some of the scarier areas might have been a bit too much for him, they did have activities and treats available for little ones. I was looking forward to taking him this year, but who knows if I'll be able to. We drive by it twice a day on my commute and I've been pointing out to him the giant mushrooms they've constructed on the front lawn. Now I may have to tell him he can't go. (Of course, The Community feeds on baby tears to maintain their eternal youth, so they will be delighted.)

One has to wonder if all this could ultimately result in a kind of Streisand Effect, where the publicity resulting from opposition to the Garden could attract even more visitors to the event, should it be allowed to proceed. It's already made the Post (again) and the local newscasts. If The Community is successful in keeping the Garden closed, this will be the kind of Big Win they've been looking for after their defeat over the Chelsea School townhouses.



68 comments:

Anonymous said...

This town really does feature some douchebags as residents doesn't it?

Anonymous said...

I think you might be on to something about increased traffic. . . I had no idea this place even existed and now I want to bring my kid there. Here's to the court tossing this out so that I can show her.
- Clancy

Anonymous said...

Why just be NIMBY when you can be NIMNBY?

Anonymous said...

@ anonymous 5:37

*clap*clap*clap.....could not agree more. This town is full of mental midgets and PC thugs

Anonymous said...

perhaps the public can still pack the roads even if the garden is forced to close, like our grandfathers who refused to allow some petulant child to keep them from THEIR monument. If I was local I would definitely add my cars to the que

Anonymous said...

I sincerely hope you all have 1000 people a night & it goes flawlessly. Good luck to an excellent community event!

Anonymous said...

Re: "perhaps the public can still pack the roads even if the garden is forced to close, like our grandfathers who refused to allow some petulant child to keep them from THEIR monument. "

Ah, the Internet - no matter what the subject may be, someone will always post an anti-Obama statement in the comments section.

Anonymous said...

"Re: "perhaps the public can still pack the roads even if the garden is forced to close, like our grandfathers who refused to allow some petulant child to keep them from THEIR monument. "

Ah, the Internet - no matter what the subject may be, someone will always post an anti-Obama statement in the comments section. "


...actually sounds like a pretty accurate description to me

Rania said...

Thanks for the love Silver Spring Singular! We have been working our butts off to get this year's Haunted Garden up! It means the world to us! Thanks for the kind words and support everyone!

Anonymous said...

I'd assume he's referring to Boehner. Not even the nutjobs obsessed with hating Obama could possibly think anyone other than congressional republicans are directly causing the shutdown. That's as clear and obvious as life gets.

Anonymous said...

Oh yeah? Turn on Fox News.

Anonymous said...

Avoid the traffic:
AFI/Silver is having several Horror fests this year.

Spooky Movie International Film Fest Oct 10-19
Halloween on Screen Oct 18-Nov 4
Horror '73 Oct 20-Nov 26

Then there is also the Film Noir Fest, Oct 19-oct 30
LA Noir Nov 2-Nov 24

If you must go see the Pure Energy Haunted House at least dress up as a Zombie and snap a selfie!

Anonymous said...

I wish I lived there, I would LOVE to be able to attend an event like this. And I don't even have children, I just love Halloween.

jhodge31 said...

Not sure if it's true, but I got a community email that Good Morning America will be there to do a story.

Rania said...

Yes we were just interviewed by Good Morning America and will be on between 7:15 and 7:30 in the morning on ABC! Please tune in!

We were also interviewed by CBS9 for the news tonight at 5:30 and 7pm.

We filed a petition to the judge this morning as well.

Anonymous said...

Yeah! Fight the power! Attica! Attica! Attica!

Rania said...

Thanks so much for the support everyone! And thank you Silver Spring Singular for the story!

Anonymous said...

"I'd assume he's referring to Boehner. Not even the nutjobs obsessed with hating Obama could possibly think anyone other than congressional republicans are directly causing the shutdown. That's as clear and obvious as life gets."

Umm...actually House Republicans have offered nearly 30 attempts to fund the government since its shutdown....senate democrats....ZERO!! How many times has Obama attempted to do anything(other than block honorabole veterans from visiting there 24/7 open air monument)? ZERO!!

id suggest you get your facts straight before you open your mouth....or in this case, type

Anonymous said...

Christ on a cracker. Take it to Michelle Malkin or Daily Kos or quite literally anywhere else but here.

County Councilmember George Leventhal said...

Dear Sligo: I enjoy your blog and often agree with your point of view regarding modernity versus resistance to change. However, I have a different perspective regarding the Temporary Restraining Order issued against Donna Kerr and Pure Energy Real Estate.

Ms. Kerr is free to decorate her home and yard as she wishes. If neighbors wish to visit her home and see her Halloween decorations, they are free to do so.

Montgomery County's Department of Permitting Services enforces the county's zoning law on a complaint-based basis. Several neighbors complained that Ms. Kerr's efforts to publicize her Halloween decorations brought an undue amount of traffic into the neighborhood and were clearly intended to promote her real estate business. After extensive investigation, the department concluded that her promotional efforts violate the legal prohibition against commercial activity in a residential neighborhood. The department worked with Ms. Kerr to suggest alternatives to the heavy promotional activity in which she was engaged, but she refused to comply with the department's suggestions. The department was concerned that excessive numbers of cars parked on Worth Avenue (a very narrow street with no sidewalks) could impede fire and police vehicles from getting access to the street in case of emergency. The department was also concerned about the safety of children visiting the event in the dark with heavy traffic on Worth Avenue and nearby streets, including Sligo Creek Parkway. As the third year of this activity approached, the department decided to seek legal recourse and Montgomery County District Court Judge Patricia Mitchell issued the restraining order, which again, only prohibits Ms. Kerr's efforts to seek publicity for her display; it does not prohibit the display itself nor does it prohibit neighbors from visiting the display.

Anonymous said...

Councilmember Leventhal, I'm glad that you have offered us more information and details on the situation. However, I would like to quibble a bit with your choice of words. If residents are forced to "comply" with a "suggestion" from a county department or face legal sanction, it's hardly a suggestion, it's an order.
- Clancy

Sligo said...

George - for what it's worth (pun somewhat intended), there were volunteers on Worth Avenue keeping people from parking along that road during last year's event. Shouldn't that alleviate some of the concern over the ability of Emergency vehicles to pass? Really, the only area that might be somewhat difficult to access would be Hamilton and connecting streets, and you could go through Ellsworth if need be. I agree if there this is truly meant to be a commercial event whose primary purpose is attracting business, then that's not acceptable, but it seems to me that it's the kids that are benefiting the most from it. Again, I live very close to this house and I am probably affected as much as anyone else, but in all these years, I've never been inconvenienced in any significant way. And as far as kids being unsafe walking around at night, well that could be applicable to Halloween itself, and I don't think anyone's suggesting we cancel that. I would hope that parents would be accompanying any children who aren't capable of navigating neighborhood streets at night. They'd only be crossing Sligo Creek Parkway if they parked in the few lots on that block, and in that case they'd be with parents, anyway.

Montgomery County Councilmember George Leventhal said...

Sligo, as you know, Ellsworth north of Sligo Creek Parkway is an unpaved street that is not appropriate for fire trucks. Ms. Kerr was circulating material directing people to park in the lot on Sligo Creek Parkway, which is officially closed to the public after dark, where there is no crosswalk and no street lights. I understand your point about kids walking around on Halloween anyway, but Ms. Kerr is encouraging people to visit her home on five nights in October, not just October 31 when drivers might reasonably expect to be alert to the risk of little zombies, princesses and Harry Potters wandering the streets. Had Ms. Kerr confined her activity to decorating her own yard and allowing neighbors to visit, this never would have risen to the level of controversy it has. It was her aggressive efforts to publicize herself and her business and attract large crowds from outside the neighborhood that crossed the line into being a zoning violation. She can continue to decorate her yard all she wants and neighbors can continue to visit. Her campaign to overturn the court order against advertising the event shows that what she really wants is publicity.

Sligo said...

re: Ellsworth north of Sligo Creek Parkway is an unpaved street

Ellsworth is paved - I drive on it every day!

Anonymous said...

Mr. Leventhal,

I notice on Exhibit D of the County's petition a letter signed by certain neighbors complaining of the event, that the very first signatories are a Carol and Allen Leventhal.

I am curious if there folk are any relation to you and may explain why you seem to be taking this rather personally.

Montgomery County Councilmember George Leventhal said...

To Anonymous of 6:51 AM: It's not personal. It's my job. When several of my constituents complained to me (and other elected officials) over the last few years, I (and others) brought their complaints to the attention of the Department of Permitting Services. The fact that I have the same last name as one of the families making the complaint is a coincidence. As far as I know, I have never met Allan or Carol Leventhal and we are not related.

To Sligo: I see now you are talking about the little piece of Ellsworth that cuts off of Franklin and connects to Hamilton. I was talking about the piece just south of there that comes up from Sligo Creek Pkwy. I visited the paved piece this morning. It is narrow, with a very tight turn. One or two badly parked cars could easily prevent a fire truck from navigating it.

I'm not trying to be alarmist but... Crowds of kids wearing loose fitting costumes of cardboard and crepe paper.... Large Styrofoam decorations... Large incandescent lights and lots of extension cords... Fire trucks unable to get to the site quickly... What could possibly go wrong?

Rania Peet's comment earlier in this thread ("Yes we were just interviewed by Good Morning America and will be on between 7:15 and 7:30 in the morning on ABC! Please tune in!") pretty much tells the story. Gee whiz, how thrilling for them; I hope they had fun on Good Morning America. Ms. Kerr delights in the publicity brought about by the "County Killjoys Shut Down Halloween" story. And I am accustomed to the fact that government will be criticized no matter what it does. I assure you that if, God forbid, some tragic event did occur (even one person hit by a car), people would be asking: How could the county have allowed this activity?

I visited the event last Halloween. It isn't all that huge or dramatic but the web site (www.thehauntedgarden.com) makes it look like Disney World! Again, if Ms. Kerr and Ms. Peet had not been so aggressive about promoting the display to attract large crowds, neighbors' anxieties would not have been stirred up. As it is, Ms. Kerr has pursued a confrontational approach in order to garner publicity.

Sligo said...

I don't get the impression that the County is being cast as the "bad guy" in the story - rather it is some unnamed neighbors. The reporter probably should have made an effort to interview some of these neighbors and/or a representative from the County.

Anonymous said...



"Rania Peet's comment earlier in this thread ("Yes we were just interviewed by Good Morning America and will be on between 7:15 and 7:30 in the morning on ABC! Please tune in!") pretty much tells the story. Gee whiz, how thrilling for them; I hope they had fun on Good Morning America."

Yeah, you don't think comments like this and "Her campaign to overturn the court order against advertising the event shows that what she really wants is publicity." indicates this is more than just business? I thank you for presenting the County's side of the story, and think you have a lot of compelling arguments. But clearly you do not care for this woman on a personal level.

Gray said...

I'm not trying to be alarmist but... Crowds of kids wearing loose fitting costumes of cardboard and crepe paper.... Large Styrofoam decorations... Large incandescent lights and lots of extension cords... Fire trucks unable to get to the site quickly... What could possibly go wrong?

That's pretty much the textbook definition of "being alarmist."

I assure you that if, God forbid, some tragic event did occur (even one person hit by a car), people would be asking: How could the county have allowed this activity?

Well, one alternative to focusing on hypothetical deaths would be to do something about the actual pedestrian deaths in Montgomery County. Given that there were 11 through the first six months of 2013, it seems like you might want to spend more time worrying about those than an event that hasn't hurt anyone.

Or the county could take a similar approach to this case, and work to shut down every business in the county, since people walking to those businesses is what leads to pedestrian deaths, right?

And I am accustomed to the fact that government will be criticized no matter what it does.

Some people will criticize the government no matter what, it's true. But most MoCo residents feel that there is an important role for government to play. In this case, it could definitely involve working to improve pedestrian access or ensuring that parking regulations are followed so that fire department access is maintained. But the government's response should not be simply to work to shut down an event because of a few complaints.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the info, Councilmember Leventhal. I think this thread is awesome and a prime example of how local blogs can be great. This sharing of information and opinions is waaaaay better than reading the same people bitching and moaning about nightlife/Five Guys/sports bar for the 10,000th time.

WMT said...

So the county government, and I include the council, since I don't see any councilmember springing to the garden's defense, in it's Nanny State wisdom, would rather see Silver Spring become a national laughingstock by bowing down to a few people with access to at least one person who understands obscure portions of the county code, than allow some folks a few nights of fun. All in the name of responding to "community concerns."

I with the county had been as responsive when our neighborhood saw a property owner basically pave over their entire front lawn to turn it into a parking lot for a nail salon in a residential area. Or when a barbershop did basically the same thing a few doors away. Or when a homeowner illegally added a whole new room to the front of his/her house.

Or, especially, when we tried to at least mitigate the entire reconstruction of North Four Corners Park, due to the same type of concerns about traffic, safety, etc. And that was a whole lot more than 11 people. But no. Didn't happen.

Sometimes the hypocrisy of our county officials is just breathtaking. this case also brings to mind this old quote from H.L Mencken: "“Puritanism: The haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy.”"

Substitute "Some SEOCA residents" for "Puritan" and I think you've just about covered it.

Anonymous said...

Since councilman Leventhal has decided to participate in this blog, lets talk about a real issue that is crushing local business' and county residents instead of some Halloween decorations.

I would like to know why you are not supporting a repeal of the bag tax?

I would like to know how much money the county has raised from the tax and exactly how much of that has been spent on what it was supposedly passed for...cleaning up the Chesapeake bay/Potomac river. Or has this been filtered into the general MoCo fund?

This is a terrible tax that is crushing small business' and a terrible tax on all residents of MoCo

The council needs to stop these ridiculous job killing taxes. Or ypou'll find yourself out of a job soon.

Anonymous said...

Bag tax crushing small businesses? Seriously? Is there any evidence of this? Of all the things to get worked up over, the 5-cent bag tax?

Anonymous said...

Just ignore the bag tax troll, please. Ditto for when he tries to drag every other thread off-topic as well (like earlier with the inane political crap).
Zombie Walk is on 10.26! Hope it rocks...and doesn't result in any accidentally busted storefronts. Zombie softly, my friends.

Anonymous said...

"Of all the things to get worked up over, the 5-cent bag tax?"

Since you dont seem to mind just wasting your money on rediculous things, why don't you send me $100?....i'll be glad to give you a mailing address.

Going to a better cause than what the current bag tax is going to.


Anonymous said...

The bag tax isn't intended to raise money. It was intended to get people to use reusable bags, thereby reducing the high volume of plastic bag pollution in our waterways. No business is being "crushed".

Gray said...

The bag tax, in fact, is a great example of how the government can nudge things for the better. It's a small tax that is by no means punitive, but it's managed to change behavior significantly. So we get a huge reduction in litter, plus a small amount of revenue, in exchange for a tiny 5 cent charge if we need a bag.

By contrast, this whole issue revolves around the government helping to crack down on something positive for the community out of fear of unrealized threats. The government absolutely can have a positive effect on our lives, but not if it focuses on stupid, counterproductive actions like this.

Anonymous said...

I remain surprised that the county got involved, but I imagine it's due to the lawyer/campaign supporter neighbor. At any rate, I have taken my kids the last few years, and look forward to returning this year with ALL of our neighbors. George - leave a good thing alone for once, and have the cajones to tell the very few whiners to put up and let the vast majority enjoy this excellent neighborhood display. This is what makes Silver Spring so unique and great, and brings soul to the area.

Anonymous said...

Dear Councilmember Leventhal - I appreciate your concern for children's safety, but instead of worrying about this halloween house, I feel the county's efforts would be better spent assuring that residential streets have sidewalks (I'm sure it can worry about both). My street, which is two blocks from Rosemary Hills Elementary, doesn't have sidewalks. Everyday kids walk in the street with their parents to the school. It just seems ridiculous to me that there isn't a sidewalk for them to walk on. Moreover, it seems ridiculous that a street so close to transit and urban areas doesn't have sidewalks.

Montgomery County Councilmember George Leventhal said...

Dear Anonymous friends,

If you would like my office to follow up on a request for a sidewalk, please e-mail me at Councilmember.Leventhal@montgomerycountymd.gov and let me know the name of your street (and your name, please, so I can follow up with you and let you know the outcome).

If anyone had asked me to look into whether paving a yard for an in-home nail salon or barber shop violated local laws, I would have happily forwarded the complaint to the Department of Permitting Services. Again, it would be necessary to provide a specific address and e-mail me at Councilmember.Leventhal@montgomerycountymd.gov.

I love the suggestion that I should tell my constituents they are whiners and should shut up! Somehow that doesn't sound like the best advice for an elected official who's interested in staying in office, but thanks anyhow, my anonymous friends.

All the best,
George Leventhal

Stuart said...

I'm a little confused:

Councilmember Leventhal writes that "the restraining order [...] only prohibits Ms. Kerr's efforts to seek publicity for her display; it does not prohibit the display itself nor does it prohibit neighbors from visiting the display."

But when I read the restraining order (http://s3.documentcloud.org/documents/802505/petition-for-temporary-restraining-order.pdf), it clearly orders Donna to post that the Haunted Garden has been canceled and is not open to the public.

Anonymous said...

Stuart -- You're not looking at the restraining order; that link goes to the county's request for the restraining order. You need to look at the actual restraining order, which would have the judge's signature on it.

George Leventhal said...

Stuart is correct. The restraining order requires Ms. Kerr to notify the broad public to which she has been publicizing the event that it is cancelled and not open to the public. It does not require Ms. Kerr to take down her decorations nor does it prevent her neighbors from visiting her yard. I can provide a copy of the restraining order upon request by e-mail.

Anonymous said...

Thanks George. For addressing truly important things like this. Let's not worry about the transit center, city place being a blight, crime in the county, horrible traffic, rising taxes and the untold millions of dollars the county government wastes left and right. Nope.

The children in that neighborhood are now safe from that devil worship holiday attraction. WELL DONE SIR.

Anonymous said...

Lots of criticism for George Leventhal on here. I don't have any opinion one way or another about this holiday display (and appreciate both sides of the issue), but a few general comments:

1. To the extent people feel that their elected representatives are not doing an adequate job, you are always free to vote for someone else (or to run for office yourself). I at least appreciate that an elected representative has taken the time to chime in on this forum, even if I may disagree with some of his views.

2. A judge granted the temporary restraining order, so at least for now, the courts have sided with the county on this.

3. A friend once told me that the principal job of a real estate agent is to convince you to use them to sell your house. A single $500,000 house sale typically generates a $12,500 commission for the selling agent. (Think about how long it takes for you to make $12,500 in your job.) So while I appreciate free Halloween events for kids, we should be careful not to act as though Ms. Kerr is acting out of purely altruistic motives (and it sounds as though the publicization of her real estate brokerage played a big part in this.)

Anonymous said...

@ anonymous 2:10

I'm no fan of Leventhal. But, show a little respect. He didn't have to come here and defend his position. I've worked in politics and I can tell you it probably wasn't a very wise decision. But, he did. I'd rather have a member who comes out and explains why he did something instead of a member who hides from the public. At the very minimum, he is engaged with the public; which is a lot more than I can say of other members.

Anonymous said...

Props to 2:10 for winning biggest troll comment of the week. An impressive feat on this site.

Truth said...

How many of the Anonymous comments on this thread were written by Donna Kerr?

Anonymous said...

"everyone who disagrees with me is a troll"- Typical whiny singular blogger.

Vagrarian said...

I haven't spotted drama like this around my new place in Catonsville.

Yet.

I can't help but think it lurks everywhere. I hear the bushes rustling when I walk by...

Stuart said...

I haven't seen the ruling yet, but word is that the judge ruled this is not a commercial event and that it can be opened for two nights -- the 25th and 26th.

Anonymous said...

Correct - the Haunted Garden will be open for two nights. Also, details on the Zombie Walk have been released. Kudos (to Eric?) for having such well done directions/details.
http://silverspringzombiewalk.com/route.html

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