Winterhaven lights may not sparkle this holiday season

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Winterhaven residents are expected to vote Monday evening on whether or not hold their annual Christmas lights display this year.

The annual two-week long holiday light tradition dates back to 1949. Residents say, since the city has pulled financial support, the neighborhood can't afford the $85,000 price tag. There's been no success in finding sponsors. Monday's meeting starts at 6 P.M. at Saint Frances Cabrini Roman Catholic Church.