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Metro Parks Seeks Tree For Holiday Celebration

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Workers place the city's Christmas tree into place in 2012. (FILE Photo) Workers place the city's Christmas tree into place in 2012. (FILE Photo)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Metro Parks has asked for help finding the perfect tree for the city's annual holiday celebration and tree lighting ceremony.

Metro Parks' Horticulturalist Randall Lantz said they are looking for a 30 to 40-foot Norway Spruce that looks good from all angles.

The city prefers a tree from Davidson County that has grown too big for its location.

The Parks' Department will cut down the tree, remove the stump, and plant a replacement tree, if desired.

If you have a tree or know of one that meets the criteria, call Randall Lantz at (615)862-8400 or email him at Randall.Lantz@nashville.gov.

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