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Mansfield Needs Christmas Tree For Downtown Display

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 11/5/2012

The city of Mansfield is once again looking for a live Christmas tree to place on display at the Carrousel Park located in downtown Mansfield.
    

The tree must be at least 30-feet in height. In order for the city to successfully cut and remove the tree it must be accessible to the handling of equipment.

Upon removal of the tree the City Street Department will grind the stump and repair any damage caused to the lawn.

The city would like to have the tree in place for the citizens of Mansfield to enjoy during the Holiday Parade on Nov. 17 and throughout the holiday season.
 

If you have an evergreen tree you would like to donate please contact the Mansfield Street Department at 419-755-9803.

 

   
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