City already planning for Xmas tree program

While Christmas may seem far off, it apparently is never too early to plan. The City has begun planning for another year of its Green Christmas Program, the Examiner has learned.

The program was successful last year and apparently trees will become available again in November. Residents can order potted trees online for a fee, keep them at their house and decorate them and keep them healthy. After the holidays, the city will pick up the trees and then plant them somewhere.

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