Jamestown Christmas Tree Brought Downtown, Installed At City Hall

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JAMESTOWN – The first major sign of the Holiday Season is now in place in Downtown Jamestown.

Officials with the City of Jamestown Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department harvested and installed this year’s Christmas Tree yesterday morning.

The tree, donated by the Mazzurco Family, is a 40-foot tall White Spruce that was collected from their residence on Cole Avenue in Jamestown.

Once the Spruce was transported to city hall, a BPU crane lifted and held the tree in place while it was secured in preparation for decorating with nearly 4,000 energy saving LED lights by parks staff members.

Officials say the ceremonial lighting of the Christmas Tree will be announced at a later date.


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