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DPW begins search for 2021 Christmas Tree

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The Department of Public Works has initiated the search for a Christmas Tree for the annual Holiday Display, in Central Square.

“We had a beautiful tree last year and we always look forward to this event,” said Lisa Clark, Admin & Utility Billing Supervisor, Department of Public Works. “Anyone interested in donating a tree should contact DPW prior to October 4, 2021.”

According to Clark, Urban Tree service donates the service removal of the tree from the property.

The City is looking for a Balsam Fir or Blue Spruce in good condition. The tree must be located within city limits and should be approximately 25-35 feet tall. A “sole trunk” with 1 top (no split tops or trunks) is preferred.

“Location and ease of access will be considered. We try to avoid any power lines or fencing that would need to be removed,” Clark continued.

Contact Lisa Clark at (603) 332-4096 if you have a tree for consideration.

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