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York City already in search of the perfect Christmas tree for Light Up York

Logan Hullinger
York Dispatch
The Christmas tree is lit during Light Up York in downtown York City, Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017. Dawn J. Sagert photo

York City has put out a casting call for residents who may have the perfect Christmas tree to be placed in Continental Square for the upcoming holiday season.

The city is in search of a spruce tree that's at least 30 feet tall, according to a Thursday, Aug. 2, city news release.

The selected tree will be removed at no cost to the property owner and will be placed in Continental Square in downtown York for the annual Dec. 1 Light Up York celebration, which includes daylong events and the lighting of the tree, the release states.

Residents who have a tree that meets the criteria should call Carol Godfrey at 717-845- 9351 with their name, street address, phone number and email address, the release adds.